I've been stocking your forum a lot looking at delivery efficiency, and you all are amazing. I work in produce home delivery and am embarrassed to post numbers I have seen. I hope its not inappropriate to hop on here. I have a buddy that works for UPS and I normally bug him with questions, but I guess he finally is driving and super busy with the holiday. As well, some alternate opinions are great. I'm working on some home delivery data and looked over the thread on how many stops in a day. I'm curious how I should look at population density in comparison to possible deliveries a day. For example, if I estimate 100 stops and 200 deliveries in an area with a population density of 50 residents sq/mile, how should this number be fluctuated for an area with 150 residents sq/mile? What is drive time vs stop time? Its box's of produce for perspective. Looking over that thread I didn't notice much difference in miles driven vs stops per day. But maybe I am reading it wrong. Thanks in advance, and you guys should get refrigerated trucks so I can let the pro's do this!