I have had this issue since PAS/EDD came to my center and my dispatch sups say their hands are tied. My route tends to come out when light, mostly being a residential route I understand this. When its a late addition, the sequence numbers get totally screwed up. For instance, my regular work would be left on shelves 1000-3000. Then they will add 100 stops to the truck from various routes, making them all 5000's. So now I have to sort and find packages that are thrown all over the place which takes time that I am not credited for. Even yesterday, I had 130 stops total, but they were all configured into the 1000-2000 section which made no sense. To make it more screwed up, only 30 of those stops were the 1000 section, the rest was laid out all over the truck. In regular sane add/cuts, dispatch can place them pretty much wherever they want. But when its a last minute route addition, I am left with too many packages in a section. It is a lot easier for a driver when he can visualize the different sections on the PAS label. Dispatch tells me they can't do anything different and the software won't allow for it. I would assume the computer knows how the truck is laid out, and would place the splits in the right order throughout the vehicle. Is this true ?? I'm not bitching, just curious how this has not changed in 4 years.