Ok the newbee got pictures on with message between last 2 pictures. They are backwards also.
Ok my knowledge and understanding of the shipping choices and also experience hauling Fed X and USPS 10-15 years ago. My husband and I teamed we hauled a lot of Fed X our first 5 years, a little USPS to distribution centers. Memphis, TN is the hub for Fed X ground and air. It was unbelievable that packages ever made it to their destination and believe me many didn't we seen them on the ground being ran over. They work fast with no care to any package. They are dumped in train like carts. If a package falls out they just keep going. Next train of carts runs right over them. Most people think Fed X is all air mailed, wrong most is shipped by truck. Today the trailers have air ride, which helps some with the jarring, but pot-holes quick stops etc. little eggs get a nasty ride. In the summer the trailers are not airconditioned. Today's trailers are thin. When you open a trailer in hot weather they are unbearable to be in. Long shipments in the heat I am suprised the egg isn't hard boiled coming off the truck.
Now for the shippers. FedX and UPS somewhat merged meaning that they haul each others freight to save money. UPS now ships packages thru the USPS, also.
Our choice of shipping method isn't really a choice today. They do what ever is more cost effective for them. My friend is a USPS mail deliverer. She sure isn't happy about delivering 50 lb boxes from UPS on her mail route to our door now. If you pay higher fees it's more likely to be brought to your door by UPS. Fed X still delivers your package to your door but can use common carries and UPS to get it to distribution centers. Even if it's an air shipment it has to get to the airport by truck then how does the egg survive the altitude?
Knowing this I still hear people who have had good luck with the shipped eggs. So I was willing to give it a shot for the choice of color. Lil Zoo