Hello all, So I was cruising through the option chain for UNG and noticed a these adjusted options called "UNG2." Wondering what that "2" meant, I found the following link: http://www.cboe.com/publish/TTStockSM/12-084.pdf So from my understanding, the only difference is that these new UNG2 options hold 25 shares rather than 100. So then I looked at some of the UNG2 July puts and noticed that the July 10 Put is selling for 5.60. Now please correct me if I'm wrong, but if I were to sell 1 contract, I would collect $560 in premium upon expiration as long as UNG stays above $10??? And even if it falls below that and is exercised, I would only have to buy 25 shares at $10 a piece?? I'm just a bit confused because it just seems too good to be true. Any help would be greatly appreciated!