This ETF offers exposure to developed markets outside of the U.S. and Canada, applying a twist to distinguish itself from other options focusing in on the EAFE region. DOO could potentially have appeal to investors looking to build a long-term portfolio that underweights the financial sector, and this ETF could also be appealing to investors looking for a shorter-term tilt towards EAFE equities with a focus on enhancing current returns. This ETF has a heavy tilt towards Western Europe, though exposure is spread across a number of different countries in that region. Besides financials, which are explicitly excluded, DOO does a nice job of spreading exposure across a number of sectors--something that can't often be said about ETFs focusing on dividend payers. DOO can be used to beef up dividend payments to a portfolio while still maintaining equity upside, and investors may be surprised at the types of yields this asset class can deliver.