Hello - I just wanted to share some impressions of NOD while I have been trialling over the last month or so: * It's light on resources until you discover that it's not scanning inside zip archives. * Then you notice that RAR files (the most popular compression file on the net) is not in the list of extensions to scan. *Then you add the RAR extension to the list of file types to scan and realise that NOD only the scans the RAR file itself (not any file contained in the RAR archive). * When you finally have to resort to forcing NOD to scan all file types, it becomes the slowest and most resource hungry AV on the market just so it will scan the contents of the most popular compressed file format on the net. * When you select to exclude folders from scans - it doesn't exclude those folders (please don't point me to those ridiculous threads about type in directory locations in 8.3 format E.g. C:\My Doc~1 . . . I mean seriously). * The update server is frequently overloaded. And no it doesn't matter which update server you pick - it's like Russian roulette . . . this is simply dangerous. * It can't handle MAPI email * I got a sore finger clicking that stupid "The profile has changed message" every time I did a scan from the context menu. And no, switching off the 'Use MAPI inteface' option doesn't work. * Warning bells really started sounding when the (new) download scanning facility corrupts files. The official advice is to jiggle the sliders and keep re-downloading until the file doesn't get corrupted anymore. Are you people serious? In short it's back to NAV or McAfee - my journey into alternative AV programs was eye openning and very disturbing.