I recently encountered a W style drop frame 28’ trailer with a 100% load. The belly (under flap area) to the 5<SUP>th</SUP> wheel deck was loaded exclusively with empty forever bags bundled within themselves for return to a hub. The above flap area was loaded as normal with packages. I questioned this practice among other hourly employees and was surprised to find a wide range of opinion regarding a high center of gravity and safety. There were estimated to be aprox. 40 bundles of bags weighing about 30# each for roughly 1200# in the belly of the beast. Among the comments I heard was “Well it’s really no different than a loaded flat pup.” I, being somewhat height challenged can peer across the floor of a flat without standing on my tiptoes from the ground. Looking across flaps to the front of a trailer is not possible for me without an elevator, jumping on a trampoline, step stool or like device. So I think it’s safe to say flaps are considerably higher than a flat’s floor. In your opinion, is this a bone-fide concern?