I just sign up with tradestation charting again after 1 year of absence ( I switch 1 year ago with esignal just because my mentor used esignal and I wanted to be on the same page). It 's like meeting an old friend ago ( used it for 2 year in the past) ... I really like their software. Very user friendly and very flexible. and the big plus for me is that they offer the simple option of adding a price tag to their horizontal lines. that might sound stupid to some of you but if you are trading off some support and resistance lines, just having the prices added to the horizontal line is a blessing... Esignal doesn't have that feature for I don't know what mistery. That alone made my switch back to tradestation worthwhile . the other reason is that I won't pay the 99$ per month subscribtion fee for their software and historical data use ( only if you make 10 round turns a month which is easy) . I will only pay the exchange fees ( i.e. CME emini $25 / per month ) which is also nice . ( I payed about 175 $ per month on esignal for software us + exchange fees ) . Another nice thing with Tradestation is that they offer a MUCH bigger hisotrical database than ESIGNAL. Esignal has 120 days of daily data available in their bank. Tradestation about 10 years or more... so to test and go back in time to see the condition before in different periods ( before and after 2000 ) is a + for me. The thing I will miss the most with esignal is their outstanding customer service and their REPLAY mode feature ( eventhough it has no multiple synchronized time frames when in replay mode). But I found a way around that to keep on training replay by looking for softwares that offer the multi time frame synchronization replay. I found www.tradingsimulatorsoftware.com ( RAPIDSP) which is a cool alternative and affortdable to back test live. ( the closed I found to real trading conditions ....) . Another one I found is the www.forextester.com which is real clean but it doesn't have the multiple time frame synchronization. ( I think neoticker offers a simulation but was too expensive for my pockets). Trade Navigator also offers a trade simulator going back in time but it's not mulitple time frame linked ( all good if you don't need multiple time frames synchronization) . Oh yes forgot ..their is also www.marketskillbuilder.com that offers sync replay but haven't tested that one so not sure how good it is..but worth to have a look ( didn't look has user friendly has RapidSP so went for RapidSR) Anyway this email is getting too long and I went a little off topic but that;s it I am not affiliated with any of those companies listed above...or maybe I am... ( that's for all the none believer to put a little doubt in their ever doubtfull minds ) see you all K extra tip: A great and free screen shoot taker is www.mirekw.com . One of the cleanest and most user friendly software I found ( their are many others but this one I liked best from the one s I have tested) . Good to take some screen shoot for your journal during the day.