Just signed up for this like a great place to find the answers to the questions I have. I realize I may most likely repeat what might have already been asked somewhere in here previously, but my situation is a little different as well, so it may be a new question with some old as well as some new answers. I currently drive for a great, stable company, otr, working 6 days on, 3 days home. I am on track to make $78,000 this year. I don't think there is much more room for any substantial increase in the future, aside from the yearly mileage increase. That's decent money, and I really can't afford to make any less. My health ins, for family, is $500/mo ($1, 000 deductible/year, great ins! ). I get a quarterly safety bonus of about $600. I have a million dollar life ins policy on me, 100k on wife, and 10k for each of our 4 kids (God forbid I ever needed those policies) at a cost of about $150/mo. Other bennies include short term and long term disability and stuff like full pay for jury duty AND we can keep what the court gives us. I have a spotless record, not even a parking ticket ever, and never an accident, even a no fault one. I have doubles and HazMat. I do love the job, they treat us like gold, great equipment etc., no touch anything, they even fuel our tractors for us at the facility. That's a basic overview of my current employment situation, so you have as much of a foundation as possible to answer my questions. I find myself in a situation at home that would benefit me being home every day. Nothing that would mean I'm up all day and not getting enough sleep, but I'll leave it at that. I applied for a feeder driver position. I have an interview near the end of this month. I cannot seem to find any credible information online that adequately describes this job, pay, benefits, whether drivers are overall happy or miserable, if new drivers are screwed out of what existing drivers get and how badly, etc. Now I CAN, and WILL stay where I am if I do not find anything else that would be worth the switch, I can't take a pay cut, nor would I want to be unhappy in my work. Based on what I described in my opening statement, would anyone honestly advise me to accept this job if offered? Would it be a pay cut or an increase? Health ins cost? Life is similar to what I have now? And can anyone tell me about the job and pay/benefits for a new driver? Any help, info, input, advice and experiences would be greatly appreciated. Thank you very much.