Hi Ive just recently started using NOD32 and I absolutely love it! We've nearly completed a company wide deployment of nearly 400 desktops with NOD32. This would not have been an easy task if it werent for the option to install nod32 silently! I love its small footprint in terms of memory/processor usage. In the past we have used Symantec Antivirus Corporate Edition v8 and the most disastrous AV Kaspersky v4.5 & v5 (which turns computers into typewriters! Absolutely HATE Kaspersky) NOD32 is absolutely beautiful. And I cant wait for NOD32 2.5.... But I do have some dislikes of NOD32 Firstly - Unlike Symantec its not ready to run out of the box so to speak - U need to tweak it a little - like the option to delete an infected file if nod cant clean it - I dont think the majority of people would want their AV to keep asking them what to do with an infected file - THE AV SHOULD KNOW WHAT TO DO! Secondly - Im not a fan of AV's that require attention! I mean NOD32 should come with default settings that clean or delete by default! Thirdly - The majority of corporate users are not Tech savvy people - NOD32 has a very frightening RED box that makes my users shiver every time it grabs a virus - which results in me getting a lot of trivial and annoying tech supp calls... I really wish nod32 would resort to using yellow bubbles to prompt for user action rather than scare users into calling their IT Depts. Also, Ive noticed that the NOD32 remote console seems to remember the computer name when it is INSTALLED and does not update CLIENT Computer names when they change.. Also I hope that NOD32 is not going to switch to a subcription style payment method - ie. I would hate to have to revisit all 400 of my desktops to have to update the nod32 license file / usernames etc... I prefer NOD32 the way its now - with the administrator license installed centralling distributing updates to all desktops - so when the license does require updating - i only have to update it on the server and no where else. Apart from those little quirks - I absolutely love nod32 - I cant even think of ever using any other AV so long as NOD32 remains as effective as its now! I hope the engineers at NOD32 or not gonna be tempted to make NOD32 bloatware like NORTON AV2002 etc!