So I have been using Schwab's Streetsmart for years. I know this is very old technology, but I am very comfortable with many aspects such has the position screen and their option trading screen as well as their charts. It allows me to find info I need very quickly and enter orders efficiently without a lot of crazy load times or problems. I know the software is very old and has other problems but these are features I like. However, Schwab commissions for trades are crazy and I would much rather be trading through IB. However, I can't stand the IB java platform. It's slow and awful. So I am wondering, what is the platform out there that is closest to streetsmart (the old cybertrader), in terms of layout and functionality. While I don't want to rule out a java based program, I'd rather something that's a little more "Solid". I trade options and currecnies mostly with some ETFs thrown in. Primarily through IB and Schwab. Eventually, I'd like to move all my active trading out of Schwab into IB but I need a platform that is not so off putting. I use various studies and so charts are important as well. Does anyone have any advice/suggestions on a tradign platform to use that is "streetsmart/cybertrader" like and ideally not java based.