If you have the NPE-G1/2, connect the spare two GigE interfaces to each other, run BGP between them, accept full or partial routes from your ISP and kill ospf between the ASA's and 7200's. This will provide you will outbound load sharing and a more efficient path to the destination.
If you receive full routing tables on both BGP routers and have iBGP running between them, all traffic will go to the active HSRP router, but some traffic is guaranteed to go over the interconnected links assuming both ISP's are Tier 1 providers.
If the interconnect is not being used, you could help manually select the path using prepend or another method.
If you put in two defaults, make sure you enable tracking.
"ECMP is not supported across multiple interfaces. With ECMP, the traffic is not necessarily divided evenly between the routes; traffic is distributed among the specified gateways based on an algorithm that hashes the source and destination IP addresses."
It actually makes sense, since the same traffic can't traverse through different interfaces, otherwise firewall would think packets are being spoofed.
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