Hey Everyone, I'm wondering if there exists a certain way to assess the best strike to select when purchasing 1.5-2 year out LEAP contracts and using the options for pure leverage and max return? Of course if I take any arbitrary dollar amount (i.e. $10K) and say how many contracts can I purchase with them and then see where I think the underlying will be trading by expiration day I can generate which would be the best strike to select. However, I'm more curious if there is a superior methodology to see what would be a better strike to select prior to expiration? While I could possibly model the theoretical prices by making an educated guess about future IV levels and then see which option would be the most profitable it seems a little too intensive. My real concern with using OTM leaps is that gamma on those suckers is minimal at best, making it critical to properly assess what delta to purchase. Granted, if someone thinks the stock is doubling by expiration one has to think "screw gamma" I will be proven right. Thanks P.S. Any ideas how to mitigate the impact of vega on LEAPs? Those IV changes REALLY affect the price of the OTM LEAPs (in the interim) and I'm wondering if I can somehow control such an impact?