We were told this past Friday of a brand new metric we get to enjoy! It's the "RDR" which stands for "Record/Drive/Release." Basically, you record a package, travel a distance, then release said package. It's basically geared on keeping you accountable for recording your package at the location you're supposed to, and to help make sure you're not recording an air you think will be late, then driving to that location, and subsequently releasing the air "on time." The best part is, it's supposed to be super-duper precise. So of course I asked, "So when we have a really long driveway we can't drive down, are we no longer allowed to record it at the end of the driveway before we start walking? Can we now only scan the package close to the door to prevent triggering the report?" Supervisors were dumbfounded as usual... I assume we'll start seeing people terminated for this in the pretty near future, and them having to argue why they sheeted it where they did.