I have repeatedly picked up nasties (I guess Java byte verify is considered a trojan) -- while I'll admit it -- surfing high risk areas. My McAfee detects it and then tells me most of the time that it cannot delete it, clean it, or quarantine it. Sometimes McAfee catches some some of them, and deletes some of them, but misses some and can't handle others. The following don't find it at all: A2, Ewido, Adaware, Microsoft AT, Yahoo AT, Housecall, Bitdefender on demand. And Panda on demand scanner then finds it and deletes it every time. At first I kept thinking it was a fluke, but it was not. Next I'll try the KAV on-demand Beta. But right now in my own limited and personal experience, Panda does what the other do not. Is Panda just better? Why does the resident guru not test Panda?