I have recently upgraded to Webroot SecureAnywhere Essentials (Thanks again, Joe!) and even though I have seen the product previously and played with it in a sandbox a month ago, I still am speechless at how much I love this interface. Wow! *Applaud* I just had a few questions in going over the settings, online portal, and transferring configurations between computers... 1.) If I were to select to change the security settings of a computer from the web management portal, does Webroot push the new heuristic settings ONLY...-OR- does it also overwrite all OTHER settings (i.e. basic configuration, self protection, etc.) to default? I ask because the help icon when clicked explains the changes that can be made to the heuristics by the presets, but it says that all other settings will be from the default installation options. I have altered and customized my other settings aside from heuristics and I do not want to lose them. 2.) When I transferred settings from one computer to another using the import functionality, I noticed it also imported my quarantine and detection rules, which seems odd, since those are specific to the computer that which the infection occurred on. Is this intended to work like this? 3.) Lastly, speaking of quarantine: when Webroot did the initial scan it detected something called "psdriver_8" in the temporary internet files of my administrator account, which I don't ever use to browse the web. As you probably know, I have had Prevx 3.0 installed and set to maximum heuristics for over a year now and it has not detected that, so I am assuming it is a detection coming from the new Webroot definitions that were added to the database. Additionally, Webroot also detected a driver for a legacy keyboard I have which I know is safe--it comes from M-Audio. I have submitted that as a false positive. Please note that these two detections are with default heuristic settings. Wow, I am amazed with this product. I just love it. Thanks Webroot and Prevx!