Looking into Bright, Echo and a couple other prop/prof firms and see that their is quite a bit of competition as evidenced by the decreasing fees, per share charges etc. over what was charged just a couple years ago. It seems the Redi system is used by several firms, and Echo uses a different system that seems at least as good. Both Bright and Echo appear to charge remote traders 200/mo desk charge which can be rebated. One difference though, which could add up to quite a bit if trading naz issues is that Bright doesn't pass on ecn fees while it appears Echo does. Can anyone confirm this for me? Also, can anyone who has traded both software sytems comment on whether there is much difference for scalping, tight stop type trades?