Personally, I'm intrigued by the following: HSGFX, only because the manager is a market efficiency guru, so I feel like I'd at least be sort of on the same page with him. He's had some really good performance, not one down year, even in bear markets. I think he uses options to hedge. HOTFX, I'm not sure what to think of this one. It's an upgrader fund, meaning they buy the best performing funds, when they start to lag, they sell those and buy the next best performing funds, and so on. Interesting idea, although I have a suspicion it'll just track the S&P with more volatility. ALPHX, it's really a hedge fund of funds dressed up like a mutual fund. It's got a 4% expense ratio...I just wonder if it'll ever move. They had one really good year, but it's been going nowhere this year. Maybe they're too diversified. I'm also not exactly awe struck by the funds within their fund. Any ideas? Thoughts?