Man, today was my second day in pre-load, and I have to be honest.. this stuff is HARD WORK!! I have done landscaping, construction, and a few other manual labor jobs, but this is by far just as, if not more challenging. Just a few questions though, because I dont see how UPS does not just have people quit on the spot... My first day being in the center was yesterday, and they threw me on the line.. Never packing a box a day in my life.. I guess we are really short handed because they have myself, and two other people, loading 9 trucks. I load trucks 88A, and 88B, so i am not only responsible for that, but basically splitting the load off the conveyor between my side (the 5 trucks on 88, and the other side of the line 4 Trucks 86 A,B,C,D, which they only have 1 guy loading all 4 trucks) Now I am not the kind to cry and moan, I can do the work.. its hard, but hey, from what I see from everyone on here, as long as you work hard there are mad rewards... My question however is was I thrown to the wolves... The other guy on my line said he was in training for two full days before he hit the floor.. Also, we preload out of a trailer type set up VS the way everyone else does out of the red, blue, green, yellow, carts... Will this be a disadvantage for me in the long run?? Oh and to everyone at UPS... 2 days on preload, and it makes my day job look like a day at the beach.. you guys ROCK!!