The individual/s with the Mar 22 60 calls is/are very happy now. We are also happy for them although it is still a paper gain. While most individuals cannot know the reason for these held options, it is pertinent. The stock is behaving as planned and doing what it needs to do. Remember... Like in Soccer, sometimes you have to pass the ball backwards in order to make forward progress. Stocks are no different. Look for a bumpy ride 62.90 area. This will be the proving ground.
I assume you mean 10 contracts (exercisable for 1000 shares). Typically you'd pay about $15-20 commission with a discount broker depending on your account. I've had okay success with puts, but usually event driven. If I'm bearish on a stock, often I will short the shares and then buy calls at my pain threshold as insurance so I don't need to worry about the stock making a big move upward. Puts expire, so you need to be right on both direction and timing. Traders will tell you that gains on the short side are more difficult but they are quite gratifying.