The size of the container may also determine how best to do the swap. For example, larger containers will be more expensive to build and ship (more parts, more space).
Personally, I like the idea of a swap by mail.
For the container size itself, from all the various people I've talked to in person and online, there's a pretty good 50/50 split between the old standard and a new standard. I may attempt to set up a survey that folks can use to vote so that we get a more scientific count.
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