This is just a fleeting thought I had... but does anyone else think it's unethical for UPS to charge more for services like 3DS and 2DA if the package is routed the same as ground and gets no delivery time preference? Ex: I know shipping something from say, Seattle to northern California takes two days by ground. UPS still charges more if you want the service level to be 2- or 3-day, yet there is not an earlier delivery time and it still takes two days, and goes in the same trailer as the ground packages. I'm sure they make a pretty penny relying on customer ignorance with this sort of stuff, but does that seem like an ethical thing to do? I feel like someone would make a class action lawsuit out of this if they had the chance.