OK, I don't fly SW, the nearest airport is 90 minutes away and not worth it. Reading the other SW boarding question made me come up with this one... Let's say you're flying somewhere that requires a connection. Do you get different boarding numbers for each leg? Situation A) First flight is relatively empty, connecting flight relatively full. Since you can check in for the first flight @ 24 (or 36 w/EB), do you get an A for the first flight, but a B for the second? Situation B) First flight is crowded, second flight is empty. You end up with a high B (if not a C) on the first flight. Do you use that same boarding number (even if there's not enough people to extend to the C's? Yes, I know planes fly generally full and this is simply a question of logistics.