I've had some wonderful and progressive conversations with Florian regarding the development of Bouncer and additional drivers. Soon, all drivers will be re-compiled and digitally signed. Additionally, all drivers have now received the same date/time stamp in the logging entries, priority rules, etc. Not only that, but all drivers have all had their already tight code bases thoroughly combed over, becoming even more stable and some performance improvements as well. During the past few weeks, Florian has been working hard on these drivers. Personally, I have been looking around and speaking with some other developers to inquire about someone assisting with the GUI coding/design. If I have any luck, I will introduce that developer to Florian if/when the time comes. Florian has his hands full at the moment, lots of tackle at the moment along with his regular everyday career. So I have offered to help with any of the documentation since that is an area that I could potentially be of assistance. I have also suggested the possibility of some sort of Wiki site for Bouncer and related drivers, where documentation can be easily updated, rules shared, etc. There has been, at one point, to create a very simplistic GUI similar to that of CryptoPrevent. Nothing like a copy-cat or something along those lines, but something that is "set-and-forget" which is easy rules for everyday users to apply for free without the nitty gritty rule making. Then, the idea would be for that free (simplistic yet powerful) version would hopefully generate more awareness for Bouncer, driving more security researchers, academics, hardcore users, etc. who would be interested in licencing the full drivers. This would provide significant protection to regular users around the world for free, taking a massive dent out of things like ransomware and such, while bringing more recognition toward Bouncer in general. Anyway, this was just a simple brainstorming idea from a while back but I hope is something that can come to fruition at some point. I have been able to confirm that, indeed, home users are $35 for a lifetime licence. Personally, I think that it is fair. Large organizations, of course, would have to pay quite a bit more to licence. But home users, I think that is fair. It is also right in line with Sandboxie lifetime licence, for example. I'd say it's one of those things that, for example, if Bouncer were to really take off and do well, that lifetime licence would be really sweet to take advantage of. Although, no doubt, there is more that can be done as far as GUI goes and keeping the user experience easier to manage.