Hi All, I've been using Neovest's First Alert software for a little over a month now. I am reasonably happy with the software its self (great stock scanning capability), but the data stream that works with it (also provided by Neovest, called IdeaSteam) seems to leave a tad to desire. Quite often it will broadcast completely erroneous data (trades that quite obviously never occurred: .03 for stocks such as MSFT). When I say "quite often", I mean perhaps twice a day. Also, I have noticed that my volumes never match up to published amounts. Neovest's datastream sends every trade for every listed stock (which is why it is able to perform such useful stock scans), and I believe it totals up the days volume, and arrives at the number that way. If this is the case, a lower volume than published reports would suggest I am missing data. On some stocks, the volume can differ by up to 50%. That is a lot of data to be missing. :eek: So my question is two fold: For those who have used or are using First Alert, are you experiencing the same thing? And second, for all, are these issues a common occurance in other software packages you have used, or are they independant to Neovest's datastream? Cheers.