We had PCM the past 2 days about these new 'lexmark' printers that we are about to get. They dont want us to driver release them, they want signatures. Now if this isnt classic ups 'trap' I dont know what isnt. Isnt it better (business wise) to just tell lexmark to type in or check the box where it says ' signature required' instead of giving us a package not to release? I mean, dont we make more money by using that feature? Now, if you are on a hurry dealing with 400 packages a day, will you remember that pcm about lexmark when all you want is to finish your route? This is a mistake waiting to happen and when it happens, who will get blamed? sometimes I scratch my head thinking who in the heck are making descision around our beloved company. As for me, if they want signature then I will get signature. But with all the friggin bragging about technology and ups moving at the speed of business, this sort of thing is a no brainer and shouldnt even be waste of am time to tell us we need to get a signature when its easy to require one in a click of a mouse.