In this setup, I've taken a slightly different approach as far as where the wings are placed at the outset than in the previous one (where I set up the short call wing at the edge of the "expected move" for the expiration).
Here, I've started out placing my short call wing with its short call at the 1 standard deviation line for the expiration and then proceeded to match it up with a short put wing with the short put option of the spread at about the same value as the short call option. The result is a 133/136/226/229 iron condor, which is, for all practical purposes, delta neutral (its total delta is -1.81).
From a pure dollar and cents standpoint, it isn't much to look at, since you'll only get a .15 credit to put it on, which will probably barely cover fees and commissions. That being said, the idea is that you don't just leave it alone; rather, you watch the setup's overall delta and then roll intratrade to balance, picking up additional credit during the life of the setup, while keeping your short option strikes clear of statistically likely movement. Obviously, because of the way the setup is skewed, you have a good deal more room to work with on the put side than on the call ... .