Does anyone else think it's a big waste of time? Even after I check myself in, I still need to walk up to the booth and give them my bags, and they still need to put those stickers on my bags for me. By doing this, all I'm doing is making the person behind the counter do less work. And now that you can check in at home and just print out the boarding pass on a regular piece of white paper, flying gives me this weird, maybe illogical feeling that I'm a bit less safe than before now that people are printing dodgy looking boarding passes in black and white on their own dodgy inkjets. So self check-in saves me no time as a passenger, and makes me feel less safe. Great. Plus there are less interaction with airport employees that "baddies" need to get through before boarding the airplane. Not saying I'm afraid of terrorists. That's crazy, I think. However, more interaction with airport employees is surely better than less, correct? I feel around as protected as when I sign my signature at the bottom of a receipt when making credit card purchases. I just don't feel how self check-in makes any sense other than for the airline, which might save money because people are now checking themselves in on their own paper and requiring less employees to use up less time per passenger, meaning they can employ less people. Anybody else feel this way?