This is something I've noticed when trying to see how Amtrak can take me from Orlando to Birmingham...I realize there are straighter non-train paths between those two destinations, but I really prefer the train. Whenever I try to book this trip the Amtrak website only gives me the option to take the 98 to DC...which arrives at 7:07 AM. The Crescent doesn't depart until 6:30 PM, so that's an undesirable layover to say the least. The thing is, the 92 arrives at 2:38 PM...that's, what, 3 hours and 52 minutes between trains? That seems like more than enough time for a connecting train. And now that I look at it, the SWC to CL (heading west) connection is 3 hours and 50 minutes--the SWC arrives in Chicago at 2:50 PM (theoretically speaking) and the CL leaves at 6:40 PM--that's 3 hours and 50 minutes apart, and the Amtrak website is fine with that. Wonder what the deal is...maybe the Amtrak system still thinks the 92 is the 1092 and it's going to arrive two hours later?