DS works in the funeral business and informed me that when we donate organs that sometimes they don't necessarily go to saving lives. The organs might go to someone who really needs them or they might go to places where doctors use them to learn from. I thought that was more like donating your body to medical science at a teaching university. Anyway, if you donate the entire body, they are likely to dismember it, and then see who is willing to pay for certain parts, so the company dealing with the body is making a profit. The body is likely to be flown to where they harvest organs via the cargo compartment of a plane. The family may get some parts of the body back to bury or cremate and the other parts if not placed with someone else will eventually be cremated and dumped in the sea uncerimoniously.
I always thought they took the parts you authorized and then used them on someone in desperate need. I didn't realize there was so much handling and that your body could be completely dismembered, for someone to make a profit off of. It really makes you think. I am just going by his word, as he picks up the bodies after they are harvested, and I have not researched this further.