Hey Everyone! It gets blazing hot down here in South FL, so whenever I receive a shipment for something like sensitive audio gear or a wooden instrument, anything remotely temperature sensitive, I always try to have it ship on a Monday, so I minimize the chance of it sitting in a 150° trailer over the weekend. Well my vendor screwed up this time and shipped out on a Thursday (today) and it will only take 2 days to get to me, so it should arrive at my hub on Saturday morning and spend the next 48+ hrs in a trailer baking in the sun, about 20 minutes away from my location. They don't deliver on Saturday in my area, so they're showing Monday delivery on the app, so my first thought was to call and see if I can pick it up Sat morning, but I can already tell from looking it up that they'll likely say no. If I choose to hold for pickup on the UPS smartphone app and select my hub that I know it will arrive to Saturday morning, will they unload it from the trailer on Saturday and let it sit in the (slightly less hot) hub warehouse to await pickup on Monday? .. or will it remain in the parked trailer over the weekend until Monday morning, at which point they'll unload the trailer and contact me for pickup? I know it isn't climate controlled in the hub warehouse either, but I'm sure the temperature is significantly cooler than inside the trailer or delivery van. Any input is appreciated, thanks!