Whether it's driven by increased e-commerce, a tight Class A driver market, or (more likely) both, more straight truck are coming soon. Earnings-call-transcript: https://seekingalpha.com/article/40...j5k:30576d30f92a103feebbab7fbabc483e&uprof=51 Frederick Smith: "Now we are at FedEx Freight acquiring a significant number of the smaller 24 foot straight trucks with lifts because a fair amount of FedEx Freight shipments are going into neighbourhoods, and those are more compatible. So as the market turns more towards these oversized deliveries, I think you'll see FedEx Freight lean into that space in a big way." Page-8 https://seekingalpha.com/article/40...-2017-results-earnings-call-transcript?page=8 Might we presume the integration of an "also significant" number of class B licensed drivers, with an alternate pay scale? Clearly this is going to be a trend, not just at FedEx, but the industry at large. I'll be curious as to how such an integration will be presented, handled, and most importantly, executed... Thoughts, comments, concerns, suggestions?