After switching to the other side and dealing with flex drivers directly my suspicions have been confirmed - most people are not cut out for a gig like flex. People cry about packages being 7 minutes apart when they have 12 stops, they litterally use the map for bull**** talking about their stop is an hour away but when you check the routing it's estimated 5 minutes away, come in with their girlfriend in the passenger seat talking about they don't have any room, they steal shorter routes when they think you aren't watching, no id/license but wanna buy you lunch to get in the building so they can deliver... Lol, come in knowing their under the roof time UTR is 15 minutes and want to pretend to ignore you and the line of cars waiting to get in because they want to try to sort it stop by stop in the building vs. scan and drop alphabetically and the worst of them all, the ones that get same day routes earlier in the afternoon vs the flex route they were expecting/hoping to get (oh God, one guy wanted to fight over it, he stormed out the building 30mph but comically came back half hour later and took the route anyway... Lol). Its about time Amazon started giving preference to better drivers. We've got like 60 guys who are utterly dependable, people friendly and want to work, no problems. 30 who great but infrequent and 20 who are meh and 20 who are just terrible. I'd be all for moving those bottom 40 into reserve to make room for the others to get more blocks when work is light. less headaches. That's just my 2 cents on it.