went back and checked my 2009 ones and was 100 percent accurate. Here we go and follow with yours. I expect the broadest changes yet to the conventional AV and Suite to date. This will be a year when the wheel does get reinvented. I think we will see joint ventres between vendors in all aspects of products into their lines. So here are just a few for me. Sandbox will be the key. Eset: will release version 5 with a few twists. I see them entering into a venture with Tzuk to incorporate Sandboxie into their suite. I see a few other possible twists being added to version 5 yet to be determined. I see them regaining their choke hold on being number 1. Avast: Their new version will be a hit, we all pretty much know what it will have but it will propel them to a close rival to Eset. Avira: Not so good. Falling behind in technology advancements will hinder them quite a bit. 2011 will be a better year after a reorganization of their company. Kaspersky: 64 bit Sandbox and a strong push to do away with popups and make their suite more user friendly Panda: All their hard work will start to pay off, a good year for them. Norton and Mcafee: will continue to make strong products that perfom at the top. The issue will be the same as the old, getting folks to actually believe them. Prevx: This is a tough one. 2009 was very good to them. I think they will revisit the idea of SafeOnline, keep it, but make some major changes into what it actually does. Also look for their product being one contracted out to other vendors. Defensewall: A good year for Ilya, and yes, he will get a skin for 2010. I also look for Ilya to possible venture outside the box with contracting his product. Geswall: Their will be a new version, it will work with 64 bit and then the product will be sold to another vendor. Their will be plenty of new startups trying to venture into solidity with a stand alone product or prove themselves and hopefully have their technology purchased. But the all in one product will be a good AV, with Sandboxing and Behavior Blocking with a firewall that all of these basically require very little user action. It is going to be the most interesting year to date for malware products.