Ever notice how all of the Kool-Aid crowd get really quiet whenever I mention that FedEx Ground moves via the Express network and vice-versa? Why is that? Maybe it's because the master link of the argument that Express belongs under the RLA is that UPS runs an "integrated" network. In other words, package cars that deliver NDA also deliver the regular Brown trucked pkgs. Over here at FedEx, they'd love for you to believe that we don't have any mixture of Ground and Express going-on...but we do, and it's very widespread. There is massive movement of Ground pkgs happening with Express aircraft every day, and there is also extensive movement of Express pkgs by Ground truckers. Oh, and how about at Express stations, where Express CSA's (Customer Service Agents) process every single Ground pkg dropped at the counter? Sounds kind of "integrated" to me. Shhhhh....nobody at UPS is supposed to know that Fred is lying (again). Don't tell, OK?