I have not seen any change in volume, nor have I heard of any other couriers noticing a reduction yet. I do think however, that it is very early in the process. Two top level executives flew in this morning to see first hand what was going on and to meet with couriers during the morning huddle. All we heard from them was the same talking points we have been hearing for the past month. -Nobody would be losing their job, although some route adjustments would have to be made. -When Fedex dropped amazon and their 200,000 pckgs a day, nobody lost their job. -This is a crucial move to increase the profitibility of fedex and to be able to compete with competitors, provide jobs and hand out pay raises. -We are doing this to open up capacity for premium services. -Our meeting with them lasted maybe 20 minutes. I will end it with this, when I was leaving this afternoon, I saw a 53' ground trailer being backed up to one of our docks next to a 28' ground trailer. Maybe it's just coincidence that there are 2 ground trailers at our facility, when I normally don't see any. Time will tell.