I just watched yet another YouTester in French testing WSA (version unknown) and he threw 20 links at it. Several of the links failed to deliver, and he marked that down, but then he forgot to reduce the total when he gave Webroot an "overall score". As for performance, Webroot *appeared* to do well in this guy's "test", and the 3 or 4 files that Webroot didn't block seemed to be grayware...perhaps spyware worst case. To put it in Microsoft terms, they seemed like "low risk threats". Needless to say I am sure that they were all in Monitor mode, without a doubt. Another guy I watched paired Webroot up against Panda Free (I hate comparison videos, by the way) and his test comprised (solely, if I recall correctly) of having Webroot and Panda Free each scan a folder packed with executables he deemed as "malware"; though he likely did no verification of these samples. Panda Free got lucky and caught more upon a quick right-click scan, but as some of the reviewers pointed out, his test was flawed because the threats were dormant and not even trying to execute. So at the end of the day, I do watch YouTester stuff from time to time, but it usually angers me. I do enjoy Matt Rizos's videos as I find them entertaining and, unlike the others, he has mentioned that he has verified his samples prior to doing the test. And, let's not forget that he, also unlike the others, has a lot of IT experience and runs his own malware remediation business. Still though, it's mostly for entertainment, as I like seeing the GUIs of different products and how the user can interact with it. But going back to Webroot, they're doing everything right. Just keep it up.