I have been a lurker here, for quite awhile. I have tried every spyware and antivirus combo there is. I only now felt compelled to register and speak my mind. I see a lot of you who seem to bail on the old, for the new and unknown. I have always based my final choices on reviews from publications and sources that I felt were legit. Everyone has their own. Lets first start with antispyware. I have licenses for them all. And in the end I agree with several "Official" reviews including the latest from Consumer Reports, like them or not, that Spy Sweeper is still the best. 5.0 was an issue for resources, but 5.7 has basically taken care of it. And if you eat my resources to ensure the integrity of my PC, more power to you. Spy Doctor also is very good. As Counter Spy. I also would not bail on SpyBot or Adaware SE just yet either. All of these come from companies who live or die by their products and have been around for quite awhile. SpyBot deserves donations for just hanging in their. We all will agree, that whatever the security product, they all, have good versions and crappy ones. It is the nature of the beast. I am leery of new ones until I see a viable test of their capability before even considering it. Superantispyware is one I will use since quite a few of you have bailed and decided on it. It may turn out to be the top of the group, but at this point it hasn’t been proven. What amused me what the one poster who bailed on Spy Sweeper, even though he still had time on his subscription, to go to this product based on several given their short term reviews. Now don’t get me wrong. I do feel this product will emerge, but am leery of Nick having to promote his product. And Nick that is what you do here, and about 30 other forums I frequent. I do agree with you that feedback is needed, but the, "Be everywhere" approach will not be what sells your product. Independent and accurate testing will be. I applaud your approach at being consumer friendly, or pro-activeness for product sales, they both are warranted in this over surplus market. And I do wish you the best over the next year when I am sure your product will be included in accurate research for reporting purposes. But all of you should be more patient with the proven until that happens with any product. Antivirus. Sorry but I agree with PC World and a few others that BitDefender Standard, at least for me, is the best. The funny thing is, if you look at real testing, who do you see first. Good ole Symantec. The most hated product of all. But their antivirus, pulled away from all of their bloat, is really the best based on the May reports. Kaspersky, great product, but no malware protection. 23 percent if I am correct. And then their is the favorite of all, Nod32. Malware protection low but no question a great antivirus product. But if they want to sell it to the average Joe, you better simplify the installation because not everyone knows about blackspears settings, which are great, but can cause conflict based on the system and programs you have currently installed. So what is the point of all this? If it aint broke, don’t fix it. There isn’t such a thing as perfect security. You get close based on your level of expertise and comfortability and go with it. What do I use? BitDefender 10 Security Suite beta, which is great. Spy Sweeper 5.7 Adaware SE Ccleaner Registry Mechanic Blue Coat Web Protection This is my recipe for a safe and sound system. Thanks for allowing me to post, and guess I will go back to lurking.