Hi, Sorry for posting this here, if it is not the right thread, but I felt like since there are the most Nod users here it would be good to know their opinion. Feel free (moderators) to move it if needed. My license comes to its end, and I seriously took time to test KIS to, but it caused errors on disk continuously, causig checkdisk to start and fix things, effectively preventing me from defragmenting, and being an annoyance in general. So I think i'll be renewing with Nod32, but before I do so, I have a little question to you here : I'll use Nod+Outpost, both latest versions, as resident protection, and AdAware+SpybotSD+SpywareBlaster as an on-demand (i.e. weekly scan) protection. But, a component I think is important is Rootkit detection / HIPS (host intrusion prevention system). So my question is indeed simple : what would be in your opinion the best hips out there (mainly based on detection/functionality but also on usage of system resources since i'll run this on my laptop) ? Same for rootkit detection ? Thanks in advance, Ice.