Domestic USPS will only screen suspicious looking packages. They are so overwhelmed they can barely pay attention much less screen packages.What is the difference between the scanning process the USPS does on mail when shipping within the domestic states vs. when it comes in through international customs? ex) if your order got pinched what stops a domestic source from having the same issue that an international source has when shipping? I understand the simple concept is the difference of having to clear customs (which doesn't exist between state-to-state shipping) but I have to assume there is some type of screening the USPS does even when you are shipping state to state, right???