As we're sure you're aware, airlines aren't getting any better about mishandling bags. Add to that the fact that the number of people flying should double by 2010 and you can pretty much assume something you own will get misplaced sometime in the near future. FlyLite is a new service that ships you your clothes so you don't have to pack, wash or check them in at the airport. They claim this will save you about 3 hours per trip. Initially you ship your things to one of their warehouses in Boston, New York, Philadelphia or Washington - then they send them to the concierge of your hotel before you arrive, when you leave FlyLite picks your stuff up, dry-cleans it and stores it away until your next trip. The service runs a $100 for each delivery and requires a 12-hour heads-up. They plan to have over a dozen locations by the end of the year.