Hi all, I wonder if someone could give comments / advice about my recent experiences. I've traded through one cycle of M3 and have a BB open. Normally I had no problems getting fills at the mid or a nickel away. However, today I had a very hard time exiting a broken wing condor. I saw a thread some time ago talking about getting fills on RUT butterflies, with some good pointers, but not enough. How often does it really help to break a funny/complex order apart into verticals, like that post suggested? That wasn't my experience today. I was trying to do a -1210 +1260 +1270 -1290 order. I couldn't get a fill up to .40 worse than the mid (mid floating in the 10.70-11.00 range). I assumed the high vertical was the stickler, with only about 80 volume at the 1290 strike. I tried just +1270 -1290, and couldn't get it up to the same .40 away from the mid (mid being 13-ish). Given this, what would be a reasonable thing to do? I really wanted out, so ended up just closing .65 worse than the mid, so the whole trade ended up a wash instead of a small profit. Also, what's a good way to handle the order, mechanics-wise? I usually start .5 - .20 from the mid on the better side and walk to the mid. If the mid doesn't work, I try to continue no further than another 1% or so of the price. Is this a reasonable approach? How long is a good time to wait for a fill before walking closer? RUT options are trading electronically, but is the market maker usually a human or a program? Thanks!