Cybertrader is being combined with Schwab in Dec. and several of the execution problems at Schwab will, according to the Cybertrader people, be forced on Cybertrader clients. Three that really frost me are: 1) Cannot route option trades to specific exchanges. Schwab uses UBS and they seem to have some order flow game going on where trades are routed to illiquid exchanges. 2) Double charging of option margin requirements on credit iron condors. Schwab charges margin requirements on both sides of the credit verticals of a iron condor. They can't, or won't, match up the credit verticals so that you only get charged on one side (the higher of the two margin requirement). 3) Schwab has a manual review process for option trades to ensure margin requirements are met on option orders. It can hold up trades going to the floor from 2-5 minutes. At Cybertrader, the review process is electronic. Anybody have some thoughts about a broker that doesn't do the the above nonsense and is financially solid?