20 rides down, and the main comment I will make is: I'm glad I didn't have intentions of making a full time living this way. I had 3-4 decent drives, but I have learned that: 1. People are CHEAP - and I can't capitalize that large enough to emphasize what I mean. 20 rides and 2 tips totaling $13. The $10 tip was from a guy who drives Uber in Albaquerque It's hard for me to believe people will actually get in apologizing for taking your time to drive them 1/2 mile, and not even say thank you when they leave or throw a couple bucks your way 2. I've seen several posts on "surges" I live on the border of McKinney/Frisco and the surge is highlighted in Frisco quite regularly, and as soon as I am in the area it magically disappears. 3. I dropped a person at DFW this morning, and all of the airport area was totally red, except where my car was at; it actually looked like a small piece had been cut out of the map. I never used Uber before I started driving; I tried a few times but never got anyone in the area. I honestly had no idea about the "no tipping", or lack of a tip button on the app. I'm guessing Uber survives with the constant churning of new bodies coming on board, but good grief!!! O-WELL---3 days down and not many good things to say, but I'll keep trying a little longer.