Hi all, I'm new to the forum, and just started trading the M3 (what better time to try a new strategy than in a major correction and market landscape change!), and had a few questions that I hope some long-term traders of this system can help with. My question boils down to watching the T+0 line vs. the expiration graph. Based on the videos, I think the important thing is to watch the T+0 line and hedge accordingly to keep it as flat as possible (no gamma risk) across a wide swatch of price points, with it tailing off to the downside at some point. But if my delta/theta ratio starts sucking, do I try to add theta without adding too much gamma, or just leave it alone if the line is flat? Also, does anyone use front month adjustments to kick up theta (hopefully without causing a gamma problem?) I'm attaching a TOS screenshot of my current position as of Friday, and the adjustment I'm looking at making Monday depending on whether or not the market stays put over the weekend. Any and all advice is appreciated! I have to say I'm excited to finally find a system that seems to be relatively neutral gamma positive theta. Thought that wasn't possible! I guess the risk lies in the vega, which is a little easier to deal with. My current position (1 RUT butterfly, IWM call with verticals on (I flubbed the entry greeks two weeks ago and had to immediately add verticals to fix it - womp womp): And my proposed adjustment to flatten out the upside "sag" And here's the T+0 line by itself using Oct. spreads instead of Nov spreads for the hedge. Notice the theta boost, across the range compared to the Nov spread.