Hi everyone, I'm looking for a new anti-virus solution to cover my home computers and up until now have been using Microsoft Security Essentials, however on my older Pentium 4 system running Windows XP I find that it drags the system to its knees. I'm pretty sure that I'll be going with ESET's NOD32 Antivirus, however I've got a few questions that perhaps you folks can answer: 1. I've used NOD32 in the past on a 64-bit Windows Vista system with 4 GB of RAM and experienced random lockups and STOP errors, these mostly occurred on resume from sleep/hibernate and on login that were caused by NOD32's driver (I believe I was running v3) - have the issues with 64-bit Windows and NOD32 been resolved so that these crashes and hangs no longer occur? 2. Does NOD32 conflict with any of Windows' built-in features, networking, etc? I've had a lot of issues with other security products in the past in this regard. 3. How efficient is NOD32 in terms of memory and CPU usage, and how well does it scale to your hardware? 4. Related to question #3, how does NOD32's CPU usage impact battery life on notebook computers? 5. Is there any way to disable or hide the NOD32 tray icon while retaining most of the user interface functionality? Thanks!