The $35 may apply to the first situation (it does depend on where you sit on the sliding scale of fees, i.e. .75 or.80 or whatever). All traders may request higher per trade limits after their 30 day evaluations are submitted and reviewed (and again after 90 day evaluations). We see what type of trading they are doing, and evaluate risk, ability, profitability, etc. $25 for the 10,000 shares. The first question is beyond our control, yet we are pretty sure that we can get some "relief" soon from the NYSE.