I am a Linux user and positively am not going to ever go back to WinDOHs. NOT an option. I have used windows, from 3.1 to 7, and they lost me for good and forever, irrevocably, at W8. IB and TDAmeritrade support Linux users, yeah. I am just looking for all my options. On the face of it, a web interface seems a bit kludgy, but I was wondering if it is actually all that bad, or not. I will be trading stocks, intraday, and starting off undercapitalized, and I might only make three trades a week, yeah, starting out, but I don't want to be limited to three trades a week. I won't be capitalized over the PDT limit until later this year. I was looking at possibly going with CMEG, which uses DAS trader, to make my bones on my first trades. However we don't have a single Windows computer in the house and we will not have one in the house. I do have several Android phones, notably four Note 3s, and a tablet. I would like to run at least two, preferably three, monitors, though. Newsfeeds will come via one of my general purpose Ubuntu laptops and trading will be done on a not yet built or purchased machine with SSD, lots of RAM, good video card, running either Ubuntu or Debian, and used for no other purpose. So the limiting factor will be the speed of the web interface. Probably will use FireFox for the browser if I go with the web platform. So how bout it? Anybody with actual experience on DAS web version?