Watch your brokerages charges in regard to the info they sent out below...today i sent an order routed to Schb and either the software or Schb rerouted it to Btrd. On 1000 shares that was $5 more on top of $12.95.So it would appear even if you send to a MM they can reroute. To my knowledge that was'nt happening before... On level2 Schb was at the time holding and remained still holding after they rerouted. Dear myTrack member, As you may know, when you route a trade to an ECN, you usually incur a per share charge on top of the commission you pay. (See table below for a list of ECNs and their charges.) CONTRA FEES WHEN ORDERS ARE REROUTED Now, in addition to the ECN fees listed below, you may be charged a contra fee if you choose to route a trade to an ECN that, in turn, routes your trade to another ECN for execution. ECNS REROUTING ORDERS IS UNUSUAL This scenario does not happen often, but it can happen if you route your order to certain ECNs when others can fill the order better. Currently, only Redibook ("Redi") sends orders to other ECNs and pass on these contra fees, but we thought you should be aware of this. You should also know that once you send an order to an ECN that reroutes, if they can't fill it, they can send your order to any ECN, regardless of whether you have enabled your myTrack system to send orders to that ECN. EXAMPLE OF CONTRA FEES An example of a rerouted trade that would result in contra fees: If you route a trade to RediBook ("Redi") that Redi sends to Brut for execution, you will be charged Redi's $.007 per share AND Brut's $.005 per share. Out of interest you guys with IB this is'nt happening to you guys is it?? double charging without the ECN filling??