That's because you look too much at the brochure, all of them whether it be AV/AT/AS claim to detect almost all types, but it doesn't mean they are strong in all of them. Allow me to turn everything around. Lets say Lavesoft published a test they made, the test consist of 86% adware/spyware, as expected Ad-Aware detects all 6000 samples, Spy Sweeper, CounterSpy and Spybot detects between 3500-5300, A2 on the other hand comes in at a pityfull 326 detections. Now don't tell me that you as an A2 reseller (no offense intended) will say that this is a meaningfull/credible test? A nice idea, but probably a completely impossible task, just the shear scale of testing 30-50 different products in a credible testsetup with regular intervals, which the participants can all agree upon. You are correct in thinking that at least detectionwise it is as good or better than most of them, but of course not everyone will agree with this and the best of them can certainly add a efficient second layer. Ha, ha, no i would never do that, because of all the c*** we would have to put up with and if we would it correctly, then we would have time for nothing else in our privatelife, but thanks for asking.