Im looking for an options broker similar to Thinkorswim. What I mean is that it seems TOS spreads execute based on the price for the entire spread. Ive played with IB and what I mean is if one is placing a trade for a condor the outside spreads are bought lets say debit of $4 combined and the 2 sold options receive a $2 credit thus a $2 cost for the spread. Now in TOS it seems to me that the value of each option can vary as long as it costs me $2 in the end. Meaning the two shorts can receive either $.50 for one and 1.50 for the other being a $2 credit or each can receive a $1 credit also equaling $2. In IB it seems that the spread is built individually so each options that makes up the spread must be valued at the price you set rather then the final debit/credit. Going back to my example in IB if I place a condor order with the 2 short options each being $1, will only fill if each short option is at that price, thus if one hits $.50 and the other $1.50 they wont fill. The benefit I see with this is there is a higher chance of filling on TOS. Now to my questions, does IB or any other broker have this feature and did I miss it? If not are there brokers that offer this? I would also like to trade futures and options on futures. Thanks.