This happened a few weeks ago, but I thought I'd share. I was in a 2-hole dock at a large institution delivering my usual 75 pcs, and UPS Brown was next to me. A Roadway semi and UPS Freight semi were in the street, waiting their turn at the dock. SOP is to take the dock if it's open, and if not, to handtruck-in the freight from the street. Anyway, we're off-loading, and here comes FedEx Ground. He cuts past UPS Freight and Roadway, and pulls into the dock nose-first, blocking me and UPS Brown. The truck is running, and he makes 3 or 4 trips from the back of the Sprinter with his pkgs. and throws them on the dock in a jumble. He gets a signature, and starts backing toward the street..no horn, no back-up alarm. The -off Roadway driver pulls ahead to block him in and teach him a lesson so the Ground guy backs over the sidewalk directly into traffic, almost getting hit by a car. Oh, and about 5 of the packages were for the institution's other location, a few blocks away. Totally professional. This is the future of Express.