Hi, I downloaded SpywareBlaster for trial to determine if this was the right product for a problem at one of my financial clients offices. The client is having terrible problems with spyware / adware. I setup SpywareBlaster on my own PC and configured it. It was nice to use, I understood what it did, and it was exactly what I was looking for. I appreciated the efforts of the programmers, and clicked on the donate now button and donated a few dollars to the cause. I have always supported programmers whenever possible and I was happy to do it in this case. Then, I decided I would turn on auto-update and much to my disappointment, there was a cost associated with it. I felt pretty stupid donating the few dollars (more then it cost for the annual auto-update) and then realizing I needed to spend $10 more to make the product complete. My suggestion to the SpywareBlaster folks is that they should not intentionally, or unintentionally hide the actual cost of running SpywareBlaster. It's very easy to lose the trust of your customers when there is any sign of impropriety. I was embarrased and felt like I "fell" for something. I'm assuming that this was not intentional, but it was my experience. A little embarrased, yes. A little disappointed, yes. Thanks for listening.