I agree. But USPS has to also catch up to the other carriers. I'm at a location that UPS and Fed Ex know well and deliver to fast, but USPS refuses to acknowledge the place exists (although they deliver to 6 addresses within a half mile radius of me). The rot is at the very top and nothing will be right, until the top is replaced. Oh, lest anyone think my circumstances are unusual, USPS does the same thing to my aged parents in Central Coastal California. Needless to say, I'm sick of having to pay $100 a year for a box to which nothing larger than a magazine can be posted - I'm not in the outback of Alaska. What is up with this?