I've been playing around with NeoTicker for the past couple of days. It's certainly an interesting piece of software. Not intuitive at all, but if one takes the time, some neat features are discovered. Or, in the worst case, one might actually browse through the manual and go through some tutorials (remember, when all else fails, read the manual) I'm disappointed in their limited "demo trial". I could only open two charts! That's the limit! Heck, I can even make two IB charts look good if I take the time and give it a full monitor. IB shows it's ugly Java platform limitations when you open many charts and spread them across monitors. That's when you realize it's a serious resource hog and even the fastest computers come to a screeching halt begging for mercy. If you're experienced with NeoTicker, please give your feedback. I've seen feedback on it's programmability, back testing, automating, etc, but what about just good charting, not eating up computer resources when you have 4 monitors worth of charts, and manual trading? And even with 2 charts, it seems awfully slow in pulling up charts for various symbols. The manual said something about caching at the beginning of the day to speed things up, but that seems absurd for daytrading purposes. Is it really that slow or is it the IB feed affecting it? I didn't even have it going back too many days in pulling in the data (3 minute charts for 10 days). Any feedback is appreciated on NeoTicker. It's a shame it costs $200 just to get started and try it out for a month in full swing.