I mean, really. Don't get me wrong: I think it's interesting. And, certainly, the "it" methodology. But, having spent the better part of the past month monitoring the goings-on at a well-regarded market profile chatroom, I see these traders so enmeshed in deliberations over whether the market is rotating or in-balance, that, well, they seem to forget to just take the damn trades as they come. I'm an idiot, for heavens sake, and I'm pulling more points than the moderator. Here's my theory, fwiw. In trading, a mindset is a dangerous thing and, in the hands of many traders, market profile becomes a vehicle through which one forms an opinion about which way the market is likely to go. Once such an opinion has been formed, the natural tendancy is to llok for cues to reenforce one's predisposition. And that's when Mr. Market hands it to ya. No Market Profile for me, thanks. I prefer to KISS.