ABSTRACT: Günther recently suggested a ‘new’ conditional. This conditional is not new, as already remarked by Wansing and Omori. It is just David Lewis’ forgotten alternative ‘doctored’ conditional and part of a larger class termed neutral conditionals. In this paper, I answer some questions raised by Wansing and Omori, concerning the motivation, the logic, the connexive flavor and contra-classicality of such neutralized conditionals. The main message being: Neutralizing a vacuist conditional avoids (some) paradoxes of strict implication, changes the logic essentially only by Aristotle’s Thesis, makes strong connexivity impossible, and remains in the realm of non-contra-classical logics.