At our center everyday they stuff the cars full of pkgs. They send drivers out with sometimes 50 stops over the max. Then they send a "flex driver" to meet up with drivers and take stops off of them. I know this sounds kind of radical but would it not be more efficient to move the splits in the morning rather than sending a driver all over town picking up stops from over dispatched drivers. I thought a preloader made a lot less than a driver but I could be wrong. I just assumed that it would cost the company a lot less to move pkgs ten feet down the belt than send a driver ten miles to meet someone just to take ten stops. I know this goes on not just in our center because I was off yesterday and at about 3pm I saw two pkg cars from another center backed up to each other doing the old pkg swap. Just a thought from a "worthlessdriver"