SwitchList would avoid sending cars to overflowing sidings, lets just say I feel your pain.
train orders for trains going between Vasona Branch and Santa Cruz. On the good side, I think it did encourage the crews to think a little bit about where they were going and where they'd have to meet those other trains, and it did encourage some of the typical railroader "oh, great, we're stuck at lowest priority." I did make sure to write the orders at the last minute so no one ended up stuck on a siding for an hour because of bad planning. On the bad side, there was still an awful lot of paper to write up, and for the crews going from San Jose to Los Gatos, the amount of interpretation they needed to go that last two feet from Vasona Junction to Los Gatos was a little annoying.
But a good time was had by all, and except for a couple balky cars, one unpowered frog, some dirty track, and a tree leaning into the right-of-way, things went well.