I found no change in security lines right after the no-liquid rule; however, now that gels and liquids are allowed, security check points are taking MUCH longer. You have to declare your liquids and, assuming not everyone does this, the TSA agents are scrutinizing every bag. They "caught" me with a forgotten half-ounce bottle of liquid paper in my brief case (after it had passed through security a dozen times.)
I fly almost every week from my home in Las Vegas to our office in Reno. Instead of having to check my bag, I just leave my toiletries bag at the Reno office. I already had two of everything anyway; allowing me to always have my bathroom essentials packed and ready to go. So now I just leave that little bag in Reno and can "carry on" every flight!
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