Hi, I thought ESET was one of, if not the best suite to use. I have been already disappointed by the advance settings I found counter-intuitive (i.e. thread sens to set in 4 different places - one setting in one place would suffice + confusing settings among the different modules + confusion between "antivirus anti spyware" - "real time files protection" - "web access protection": why not make ONE PROTECTION for the all system at one place. The purpose is to prevent malwares. point.) Out of the box, the product is made to be commercially attractive and easy, but as soon as you dig, it lacks a good manuals whit a clear explanation of each modules and their connection (the PDF/HTM manual is merely a flat description of the GUI functions). the ESET forum has been of a great help on the other hand. Advanced users are very helpful and dedicated to help new comers; as are some ESET staff also present on the forum. I could learn how to set ESET to detect key-logger (enable the "potentially unsafe application" in 4 different places in thread sense- no less! - why not call it "detect KEY-LOGGERS" in plain English?? - really again I am not satisfied with the ESET definitions. They are much too vague). The GUI is nice, it is quick. Low false positive return are some of the good points. I don't like the safe mode scanning because it won't give you any choice to keep infected samples on your system. you need to restor them after a reboot. However today, I found this article: http://www.pcmag.com/article2/0,2817,2215477,00.asp This is related to version 3. It is somewhat outdated but still?!? Can somebody comment about it. I don't want to sound all too negative, but I did the zemana test. ESET failed on all accounts http://www.zemana.com/list/list.aspx?ktgr_id=413 In my view ESET credibility goes down as a the ""best suite"" I never heard of Panda suite?!? before. it is that good? I guess NOD32 (AV) + OA is a better choice but it costs 1 licence + 1 license. I was interested in ONE suite/ONE license. Please comment. I can be wrong. I want this thread to be informative.