New guy on the forum seeking advice. Currently 8 months at UAL. RSV commuter. 28 years old, will retire top 30. Single, no kids. Just received and invite to interview with FDX. Live in mountain west, neither FDX nor UAL have a base here. Pros at FDX are the ease of commuting with reserved JS. Larger % of widebody flying. For the the most part, they don't have a dog in the ME3 fight or other joint venture type flying loss. And finally, mission oriented style flying. No pax, terminal bag drag, FAs, TSA, etc. Pension + 8% D.C. Hard line bidding with conflict. Cons are easily the night flying, the possibility of autonomous airliners in the future, Amazon style threats, as well as a potentially changing trade climate. Longer commute. UAL has been great, but the volitility of the pax airline industry can be worrisome at times. Joint ventures, ME3 threats, etc. Also, when you're flying larger widebody equipment, you're essentially flying all nighters as well. RJ's, more 175's, etc. I'll commute forever for both. This is one of my single biggest concerns. Thoughts?