You might also check out:
1. QuikStrike - Homepage There is a free package, a $25/mo package, and packages at $100/mo and up. All kinds of option sheets, volatility and open interest charts, and an easy to use strategy builder.
The parameters in the builder can be adjusted, of course, but can also be saved and you can watch your spreads or adjust them further as time goes by. No scanner or screener, though.
Trading and Investment Tools | Hoadley Costs about $140 USD equivalent (the company is in Australia). This lets you build your own with literally hundreds of forumulas/functions or you can use the included templates or the Option Strategy Evaluation Tool.
Handles stock options better than futures options. It looks a little clunky - it was developed a decade ago - but you can change most of the formatting and colors to suit you.
It's a very powerful and well-documented tool. I should have bought it sooner; I especially like some of the probability, GARCH and Monte Carlo features.
OpVue is a decent choice, they've been around a long time, but I think they've been resting on their laurels for a while. It can get expensive if you buy all the data and add-ons for back-testing, screen/scan and portfolio management. Fortunately, they now offer a lease program and I believe you can use data feeds from Interactive Brokers and Think or Swim - that brings the cost down a lot, and as long as they don't lock you in for a year, you can see if it's right for you without spending $2000.
Last edited by CafeGrande; April 15th, 2014 at 12:20 PM.