So far in using the 2012 beta I've had the following issues: 1. There seems to be no way to make an exception for a new program even when the partition is not sandboxed. For example, I disabled the sandbox protection and then tried to install Panda cloud AV 2.0 and the anti-execute feature of RSS kept displaying messages that it was blocking drivers. 2. I'm sure its been mentioned before but there needs to be a custom install feature that allows the user to install RSS without the internal AV. This would make RSS more marketable to users who already have an AV product. RSS could check the AV status from the Windows Security status and display the system is protected by product xyz. 3. Have some sort of way to display when a user is in sandbox or snapshot mode while using windows protected. Its easy to forget that you are in sandbox mode and then try to install something you actually wanted; only to have it disappear upon the next reboot. This is fine for malware but not legitimate software. 4. It seems more important to have a system protection summary on the main window instead of community and settings. These functions already have links on the top so it's kind of redundant to have buttons for them too. This space could be used to show the protection summary information such as: partitions protected with the type of protection selected (sandbox, snapshot), last few events, update status, license status, etc. 5. When RSS displays a blocking message, the read more link on the bottom left of the message doesn't do anything except close the window. 6. I like that RSS tries to be easy to use for the average user, but it needs to have an advanced mode for other users too. I would guess that a large portion of Returnil users are more advanced than the average AV user. I have no proof of that; its just speculation.