Back to the original thought behind this thread. Prior to 97 85% of all customers were single carrier primarily UPS. In todays world less than 15 percent are single carrier. Its safe to assume that this migration would have occured to some degree with the increase of competition; you have to wonder if it would have happened quite so rapidly without the strike. One more thought in my world we would normally have planned major volume reductions the day prior to the 4th and the week after. It appears this year something has certainly changed..Volume for july 4th has not dipped and may actually be increasing a little. Could it be the return of the one year contractees from july of last year( contract negotiations) or is the economy starting to pick up steam?