This was given to me from one of the postal workers on my route. The copy is from a USPS newsbreak and was posted on their bulletin board. "In early November, UPS will start using Parcel Select service offered by the Postal Service for final delivery of some of its customers' packages. These packages, for the most part, will be destined for residential addresses served by Destination Delivery Units (DDUs) in predominantly rural areas of the country. This decision follows a successful test conducted by UPS in July. If customers ask about the Postal Service delivering UPS packages, tell them: }<font color="0000ff">"UPS conducted a pilot test on behalf of some of its customers in July for delivery of packages by the Postal Service in certain areas of the country. UPS has now decided to expand that offering. We appreciate their business."</font> No one I asked in our building had any real answers, just speculation on what the scope of this was.