Following up with this post and I ended up lasting around four months with PTL. Overall I enjoyed them leaving me alone and letting me do my job provided I wasn't messing up in which I can say I wasn't. However, their equipment is ultimately why I left. Their trucks quit on me as I'm rolling down the highway and their trailers I had to call into road maintenance almost every other day for something DOT violating, ultimately a safety hazard, breaks, marker lights, DOT bumpers falling off, tires ready to burst afterall they loved using their retreaded tires. However, in the end it cost me thousands of potential earnings and time. What I did gain however was invaluable experience. I had the best trainer I ever had (started out with CR England they're terrible). This company is in it's growing pain stage. It's a second chance company as well. It's a training company and like most training companies they have a bad reputation and high CSA scores. The pay is low, but the EStock 100% employee owned way is not bad if considering retirement after five years you're fully vested.
In conclusion the company is still growing. The grass isn't exactly greener on the other side in regards to other companies as every single company has it's pros and cons.
If I were to rate it on a scale of 1 star or 5 stars I'll go with a solid 3.