Today I walzed into my office having taken off for a few days. Low and behold, while my back was turned, they switched order entry systems to Redi Plus. (don't know why...) I am kind of confused. I sat with the tech guy, and he walked me through what he knew (so he has 3 days experience on me). I hope maybe some of you can clue me in. I punch up a symbol, and I get what looks like a level 2 screen. So this makes perfect sense for OTC stocks. But I put in a NY stock, and I get a similar screen. Now seeing NYSE and ISLD makes sense. I also get some other ecn's and this makes sense. But what the heck does NASD mean when I see that on the "list"? And if I use the level 2 looking thing for a listed stock, will I get an immediate fill (like select-net) on a listed stock if I hit the NY bid or offer (I am assuming I will if I hit a MM or ecn)? Or do I still have to wait like with super dot? I was told by the tech that I did not need to re-direct to NYSE, that I could leave it on Redi Plus. Any of you guys using this system? If so, what are your opinions? Also, how long should I anticipate getting used to this? It looks like I have to go to different screens for open orders, open positions, activity, etc....stuff I used to have set up differently. I know that everything takes getting used to. And this is fine, especially if I get better fills (as promised...I am told this is their reason for the switch...but you never really know what the inside deals are when you are a lowly trader.). Are better fills a reality? Any help, opinions whatever greatly appreciated. Thanks, RS7 .