Ok makavelli put up a YouTube of a hit n run captured by a security cam in my other thread Slow day and weather outside is crap so i was skimming other vids to come to Glenn's video series...WTF? !? Why did u put yourself out there like that? The squeaky wheel in this case didnt get the cheese with his"wine" Im not gonna link his other vids since you can obviously see why he was finally fired before peak ended. He was recording inside the terminal in one of them: big no ~ no ~~~~~~~ I know the turn by turns arent perfect, but if that was a regular route, not a supplemental, you can work with your dispatcher or ops manager to zone it to your preference so u will drive to the same areas every day like clockwork His other videos about the sequence numbers are probably screwed up if they were making changes on the routes while you're scanning during the preload... when they are running multiple updates you gotta rescan a few just to make sure your load wasnt being shifted around. A proper way was management will assign some odd sequence numbers without messing with your original sequence numbers that are already PALed on your boxes (aka PiP package insertion process? ) Scanners. He wasnt old-school enough to see we upgraded to Motorola from our previous Honeywell units. If i have a defective Powerpad, ill ask for another one. If it dies on me on route, ill just use that daily manifest and mark FD, SD, MC, etc for the non sig parcels & use a sig card or status tags for sig required ones... then giggle as i hand it over to management to hand sheet them in the next morning Neat, that all his stops were printed out on 2 pages on the visor. Thats a "tight route " i guess he didnt know about the joint venture with certain Garmin gps to download the whole manifest ... im too cheap to upgrade mine to see the full benefits of this. One hub i was working at has this already implemented, while the current one is still in the dark about it ~~~~~~~~~ Back to Glen... dunno how u stooped so low to join the ranks of the bottom feeders, but think of it as a blessing that you've moved on.