I've been lurking on this board for a while and have read with interest all the posts about trading here... But, for all the talk of trading on this board, there seems to be a lack of discussion about trading Nasdaq stocks based purely on the action in the L2 box and T&S window. I'm currently a prop trader at a large daytrading firm, and despite the changing market conditions, trading the box is pretty much all we do at our firm. Very few people trade off charts, news, fundamentals, swing trade, pairs trade, or any of the number of other strategies that posters here employ. It actually seems frowned upon at our firm to trade anything "but" the box. Now my question is, does anyone out there that trades their own money trade "only" the box? Or do you employ other strategies along with the box? There are a few traders at my firm that try to employ intraday charts with box-reading, but with mixed success. How much emphasis do you place on support/resistance levels if you see a size buyer or seller aggressively pushing through? Do you trade multiple positions? Do you have problems with consistency or getting size when you need it when you only trade this way? Does anyone that trades this way see a problem with SuperMontage? Hopefully we can get a discussion going here about this, as my firm's trading strategies are rather narrow, and I am currently investigating other options I may have to further my trading options.