They don't call it snail mail for nothing. I sent a Priority Mail package to Missouri on Saturday. It's supposed to be a three day service. Humbug! It's still not there. Thanks to the wonders of their tracking service I have no idea where it is. It was scanned for acceptance and hasn't been seen since. I'm sure some lazy clod tossed it in a bin at the back of the Tucson post office and there it still sits, no one making any effort to get it to its destination. The Postal Service may be cheaper, but I guess you get what you pay for. I dearly wish I'd used UPS.