I currently own ESET's NOD32 which I've used and recommended for years. It's done its job reliably for years. I also own Counterspy. I've recently been wondering what others view of that combo would be as far as a complete coverage solution. NOD32 seems to work great. My biggest gripe is that is gets updated to new major versions and I've had to trip over this on my own. Going from 1 to 2 to 3 and now 4 have all required me to find these on their site. No e-mail from them. No update notification. Nothing. That's annoying but not fatal. Counterspy seems to work but I just don't really like it's interface much. It keeps bubble texting in the tray which I find annoying (with no apparent way to disable) and every night it creates a second try icon for scan results that tell me it did nothing. Duh. My biggest thought is if I drop one of the other for the competing product from the other or for something entirely different.