It seems that "cost savings" are being cited as the reason behind the newest production push, and is the source of the spate of 3 day lock-in rides that has originated from there. "Stops per car" is being pushed increasingly higher despite tipping over the knife edge of safety and sanity. There are those who suggest, I feel mistakenly, that UPS would back off this push if the wages and or benefits were lower. So I ask you all, if this is the case, why did UPS agree in the first place if they were unwilling to gracefully accept the wages and work performances in place at the time of the agreement? Are they simply poor negotiators? Is the company trying for a second bite of the apple? I believe this is precisely what is going on. Sore losers plain and simple. Mind games meant to intimidate and harass, and somehow avenge what they perceive to be an unfair bargain. Bullying tactics meant to breed fear and dread into the ranks. So, if UPS believes that whipping the troops to pieces now only planning to pull out the barbecue apron and Gatorade coolers in the spring of 2013 will ensure that a stripped down version of the last contract will be a shoo-in to pass here is the poll question; Would you vote for ANY contract that for any pay and benefit level, did not FULLY and FINALLY address the dishonest tactics used to harass drivers into skipping personal time to attain false standards and forced overtime?