I just had a few questions and thought regarding Returnil Virtual System Lite 2011. I have been a Shadow Defender user for a long time. It is a great application. It's powerful yet very minimalistic. I can see that the new RVS beta is heading in that direction as well. The gui has been redesigned, and the who application itself has become more streamlined and less convoluted. If the rumors of Shadow Defender are true, Returnil might soon be getting a lot more users that think like me as they search for an active, yet similar, project. I do like the fact that there is no AV present. I think it is a little bit redundant; if your virtualization technology is as good as you say it is they why add the AV scanner in the first place? Unless you feel the virtualization is inadequate and you7r using the AV as a safety net. The only other thing I can think of is that you don't have enough faith in your users and believe that they will go crazy adding exclusion entries, punching holes in the boat so to speak. I think Returnil is moving in the right direction here Am I wrong or is there an HIPS now included in RVS 2011 light? That is what System Guard is, right? Again, to me that seems a bit redundant. Something that prevents drivers from loading and system files from executing seems like a good idea, but in a virtualization application it seems unneeded since it's designed to revert the system at reboot anyway. Is RVS complete in functionality? I'm not asking if it's ready to be released, but there were features in 2010 that didn't seem to make it in RVS 2001, such as secure wiping. I guess I'd appreciate a little description of just how RVS 2011 differs from the previous year, and for that matter from similar applications such as Shadow Defender. If I had no knowledge of the two what would you tell me to convince me to use your product over others? I just hope Returnil isn't trying to reinvent the wheel here.