Have a legitimate question, and also need to vent as well. 16 days of being on the road in a package car to date, my numbers are great(SPORH and what not) and management is very happy with my performance. Now for my question; In all of YOUR OPINIONS, will I be looked at differently if I were to answer "NO" to the question "Was Load Quality Acceptable" on the DIAD at the end of the day? I feel as if management will see me as a complainer or maybe even a future problem/nuisance if I respond with a "NO". I have always responded with "YES" even when the load was HORRIBLE because of this. I understand loading is a high pressure job, having supervisors breathing down your neck to work faster. The thing is, I loaded 4 trucks with over 1000 pieces a majority of the time and ALWAYS had my load as close to perfect as I felt reasonably possible. PAL labels peeled and made visible for my drivers at the time, and all in number sequence according to the PAL label. So what do you guys think? Should I reply "NO" on days like today where the loader/s had obviously just thrown the packages on the shelf all out of order, bulk stops not grouped together, with other stops hidden in the middle of multi-piece stops, things like that which burns valuable time that a driver cant afford to/shouldn't have to waste.