TradeStation keeps raising their fees and have begun to transition to a full trading platform for active traders. I'm looking for a piece of charting software with an interface similar to TradeStation (workspaces, tabs, etc) but with a few features geared toward investors. 1) On quote lists, the ability to insert columns of fundamental data. Most software packages don't even have the depth that something like Yahoo Finance has. I'd like to be able to easily see a comparison of this data on a quote board type display. I'd also like a column that allows text to be entered for notes. 2) In-depth research of all fundamental data, SEC filings, news, balance sheets, income statements, etc. TradeStation does this in a browser window, which is fine. So far I've looked at eSignal, which provides barely any fundamental data and has a less desirable interface to TradeStation. Investor/RT had great fundamental data but the user interface is extremely confusing. The biggest annoyance was that chart windows do not automatically scale horizontally and the month/year labels disappear if you get too many periods/pixels. ProphetX had a great user interface and charting, but no fundamental data at all and no links to external sources. If anyone has any suggestions, please let me know.