I am wondering what do these guys do different from us. Say an item is made on the coast, it gets put in the back of a hot semi truck for a few days and shipped to the midwest. Now its unloaded either to a wharehouse or goes straight to an air conditioned store. Now someone buys it and moves it to their house and everyting looks fine. It seems as if the trip from the shop in my basement upstairs can make things go nuts sometimes. I guess what I am getting at is, am I missing a step somewhere that is causing problems or is it just the luck of the draw.
-- Gary, Missouri