Just saw that many small carriers for Amazon are cutting jobs and closing up, because those carriers can't meet Amazon's standards. Earlier this year/last year (?) Fed Ex told Amazon to to go screw yourself, we're tired of bending over backwards for you. UPS didn't take the bait, and won't do it either. Amazon is starting its own carrier service, and are upgrading a warehouse facility right next door to where I work, that Proctor and Gamble owned until they sold it to them. Much as I like the convenience of Amazon, and am sorry for these delivery companies and employees that sprang up but can't meet the standards Amazon wants, I have to say Amazon is getting too bossy, too much 'our way or nothing'. Then they encourage another spring-up company, then push them aside after they can't meet the standards, and on and on. Use 'em up then spit 'em out. I see Amazon starting up their own carrier as the only way they feel they can compete with.....who? When I was younger, 70's/80's/90's, things were always advertised as "4 to 6 weeks for delivery". Have we because so impatient now??