It’s not so much “cherry picking” as it is my desire to be as efficient as possible. When I log-off due to lack of information for fear of conflict with scheduled jobs, well that’s just as detrimental to UBER’s coverage as drivers cherry picking.
A further point to this is that UBER should recognize that we live in a real-time marketplace. If no drivers want a particular trip at a particular time, then the value(price) of that job should rise. Think MicroSurge. If job requests could surge on an individual basis, then everyone benefits. If a customer wants to go somewhere specific, at a specific time, and no driver wants that assigned at the pre-set pricing, then shouldn’t the price go up until some driver does want to take it.