Why is the security business so rife with bad decisions, and fail products? Either a product slows a machine, causes instability, or installs extra garbage. Regardless it seems like all of them have endless frustrations associated with them. None of them are perfect, and how is that normal, or acceptable? Maybe that is why people here are 'incessantly' searching for the 'next thing'. I tried the latest Panda2014, and it was rife with issues. Most notably an incessant 30% CPU spike on a clean machine. But installation of some idiot password manager not even tied to the product, a broken uninstaller that leaves massive traces and crashes.. Do these companies even have QA teams? Then I go over to AVG, and find a girl having an orgasm on their front page, which causes me to quickly leave the page, as it's the most unprofessional thing I have seen lately. Who are they trying to appeal to? 19 year old virgins? It's like this business is in their teenage years or something, and the professionalism is an afterthought. Bring out a lite, spartan but attractive, and gimmick free AV and conquer the world. Why does this simple business logic evade these people?