processhead I have found that it not only varies from carrier to carrier, but where you are at, & who the driver is. When we were in Texas I used to rave about FedEx. It was a very private area, they could drive right through the front, & drop at the front door, pick up & all. UPS was very sloppy with their driving skills, etc. there. I will leave it at that. Here, DHL was hands down the best, but they left the building here over ten years ago at least. They would pick-up & deliver perfectly. Even brought treats for ol Duke the Healer we had then. Now it depends on the driver & they all go back & forth with the various carriers, for the most part UPS was taking the prize most of the time. Someone is here most all the time too, but some insist on walking to front doors & doing a stop & drop, no indication that they ever arrived until we find something on the front porch that we rarely use or in the bushes. We try to get them to just use the drive so they can just drive around & straight through to make it easy on them & drop at the garage or back door, that way if they are in a hurry or doing the stop & drop, it is OK & it makes their job easier too. We have tried to keep them informed over the years personally & in writing. So long as they keep a regular driver, which they all used to keep, we are good & have a happy relationship. Unfortunately, that does not seem to be the case so much anymore though as they change a lot, folks quit & move on, etc. It just is not what it used to be. For shipping, we have usually just found the USPS worked out the very best & the price was right & more convenient. However, they refused to ship something recently because it was Ginger Ale, a liquid. Somebody was in a pinch I am certain. We ended up having to drive to town to one of those UPS stores as UPS no longer takes packages for shipping here anymore at their yard not too far away. The cost was about three times the cost of the USPS. Please Pardon my rant, but that is the way I see it, they have all gone way down hill & sadly to say, are no longer consistent. Part of all that is another story for another day between the employees & the employers most likely.
Grilleye Pro Cloud Service Problems
If anyone is having problems with their GrillEye Pro cloud service hear is something to try. This was provided by GrillEye customer service.
brian schneider Thank you posting this, I really hope I can go back to recommending this unit and I will if this fixes it!
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Johnathon, please reach out to meatgistics members about the grilleye thermometer and take a poll on its performance and reliability. There are problems with this product that are not
Being corrected by the manufacturer. I am throwing mine away and searching for something new.
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@jay-fleck The one i use called grilleye max has no problems for me. I fancy its design and its connectivity. can i join that poll too?