Common sentiment here from most posters is they will vote no when the new ballot arrives. While I understand that point, for a newer driver, there is a significant pay bump. Pension not being fixed and I don't think it will be. Wasn't surprised by this. Don't think Congress will help out either. Willing to worry about that myself. But the benefits package is gonna stay the same. This was the second most important part of the new contract to me. For someone like me, what would be the benefit of voting "no" and risking losing a job that is better than what I've ever had? I know the job was MUCH better than what it is 10 years ago, but I don't see those days coming back. I think some of you guys want it to, know better, and don't want to come to terms with reality. We are seeing the same problems though. And I don't mean that as a slight to people who have double-digit years into this company.