I find that I struggle figuring out the best way to sort out my truck thrughout the day. Currently, I am on a route where I can't work off of one shelf for a long period of time even when doing resis based on the way edd is set up and how the route runs. I have to get off most of my businesses first thing in the morning so this isn't where I run into problems. I run into problems when I start the resis. So here's an example of a typical situation that I run into. I start my resis and can't find the package. I don't want to spend to much time digging yet know that sorting is necessary for me to work the most efficiently throughout the rest of the day. Because I don't want to waste to much time digging for a package I sort a little and then move on only to find the package a little while later. Unfortunately, with the route I am doing I can't get through a whole shelving section before moving on to the next one. For example I might be working off of the 3000 section for a few stops but then jump to another shelving section. I run into problems because I don't want to spend too much time at 1 stop looking for a package but also know that at some point I need to get things sorted to get done. What do you guys do when sorting your truck? Do you sort the whole section you are in until you are sure you don't have the package then move on or do you just move on quickly? Also how much do you usually sort at once? When I am running behind or think I am running behind I hate to spend to much time sorting because I want to be delivering but probably waste too much time looking. How do you judge how much to sort and and how long to dig? Also how do you remember when a package is too big for the shelf and it is on the floor? If you have a lot of large packages on the floor you waste time constantly scanning them all the time. I have heard some guys use post it notes or info notices to remind them.