I thought Winamp wasn't a spying application, but the newest version sure was, at least when I put it on my computer. Upon installation I was impressed when it asked about the anonymous statistics, etc and I said no to all, as well as the AOL crap being installed. However, it still did all of the above, trying to connect when opened and running itself in the systray constantly. Once again I turned to Trojancheck (yeah I'm rough) and removed it's constant running application, but it would still try to connect so I told Sygate to never let it have access. Actually, by this time it was pretty much harmless and disabled as far as spying goes, but then I found all the AOL stuff on my machine anyway so I removed the whole thing. Those bastards.