Just completed a week long sleeper run(first ever for me) in 15 years of feeder. My thoughts: Like sleeping in a covered wagon. Like riding in a covered wagon. Loud. Vibration. Bumps big enough to raise you off the bed...Pretty awful. A five day 24hr. commitment. Enough pay? No. Feeder hours(working overnight) are hard enough. Sleeper sucks. Sleepers have always intrigued me. Not anymore. Truckers at truck stops have always looked like greasy zombies. I know why now. I have been told a good co-driver makes it all worthwhile. I personally call bs. And yes I know some self-proclaimed drivers have attained Godlike status. That doesn't make the pot holed roads of New Jersey any better. So, what am I missing? I'd like to get perspective of veteran or new sleeper folks. Is the extra money worth it to you? The way I figured it, I worked 120 hours(24x5) and lost most of my Sat. Help me out.