Whenever I put in my orders, I route them to the ISE. Whenever I look at volumes on contracts, I usually notice that the ISE volumes are highest, and thus the spreads are the tightest and usually the best bid/ask is offered. Even when I put in limit orders and the ISE isn't giving me the best bid/ask, it will fire off anyways. My question is: how are these other exchanges going to survive if their damn MMs don't start serving the financial community better? I mean, I've pretty much boycotted the CBOE all together. I think the other exchanges are eventually going to be pointless, and I also think that the Pacific exchange has to be losing money on their options markets. Can I short stock on the Pacific Stock Exchange? Why do they always have the widest spreads? Last comment: I can't wait until fungibility on OEX contracts becomes a reality on the ISE!!!