I commend Subway for emphasizing healthy eating, but to that end, why don't all stores replace full-fat mayonnaise with light mayo? It doesn't really make sense to have both on hand; they both taste so similar (and obviously look so similar) that it would be easy for a negligent employee to fill one bottle with the other. I know I would hate to get regular mayo when I specifically request light.
While I'm writing you, I used to work at Subway when I was a teen, and you know what I miss most about the way you used to do things? I miss the U-Gouge - the method of slicing the bread in which the top is separated from the bottom. And I miss having my sandwich built from the bottom up: cheese, meat, onions, lettuce, tomato, pickles, peppers, olives. Now with these side-sliced, meat-on-top sandwiches, I feel like I'm eating an unwieldy taco. I have to instruct my sandwich artist to build it the way I want it, and when I do, they look at me like I've got a straightjacket on and pee running down my pant leg.
I mean, is it so shocking to order a normal sandwich? I don't want my meat sliding around over the top of my vegetables; I want it on the bottom, where it's a stable foundation.
All right, there's my rant. In short, I'd love to have light mayo in all stores, a sandwich built from the bottom up, and the u-gouge as a bread-slicing option. All these breads with fancy sprinkles don't mean anything if its contents slide out onto your lap when you take a bite.