It really has become a joke people. If it wasn't so miserable, it would actually be funny. But the entertainment factor of this entire debacle is huge, and watching a formerly top-notch company come apart at the seams is both laughable and tragic at the same time. If you haven't got DRA yet, just wait. If you think it was bad before, double or perhaps even triple your expectations of stupidity. It is so screwed-up, and so illogical, but they're sticking with it all the way to the end of the game. This is analogous to putting your 3rd string QB into the game as a starter, watching him throw 15 consecutive interceptions, and then keeping him in all 4 quarters. It is costing way more money than it is saving, and it makes PM operations a disaster. DRA is poorly-planned, poorly-executed, and for now at least, a huge waste of money. MT3 has already told us we're slacking, so the obvious "answer" is going to be for us to become more productive and work even harder because DRA is infallible. I'm sure that all of the new hires that can only do 7-8 stops per hour and are equally helpless on pickups will be up to Matt's "challenge to excel". No more "Friday pace" or "payday pace"...unacceptable. Here's the real joke. Matt and the rest of them can rant and rave about increasing productivity all day long....the newbies aren't there, and most will leave before they ever are there. Mission? Failure. This is their plan, and they're sticking to it. Cue the laugh track.