Options are complex. And when you do call spreads, or straddles, or in general use more than one position on the same underlying stock, the game plan needs technology for analysis. We had earlier spoken of Options Oracle (see post and video) which is a tool for windows that can analyse option positions. But this has limitations - it only works on windows (and that too has issues in different versions) and then, has complex requirements on how to use multiple positions . . .