Ok, Joe, putting you on the spot here but I have to. My biggest argument has been and still is FPs. I know you say this has been drastically reduced but I have a question. It would seem to me that with In the cloud reporting back to your servers that at some point this would rectify this issue. The FPs I see here are fairly common so they have had to been checked by the cloud technology. I guess I still dont understand. I do understand that any vendor can max their hueristics settings out and detect everything. And if it is a test checking for only 10 pieces of malware, well you come out looking good because it caught them all. But in tests like AV-Comparitives it looks at not only detection but at the number of FPs. And that is the kind of test that I personally feel will tell the truth about Prevx. Do we just max the settings and fix the ones reported, or at some point are the settings adjusted to balance out the good from the bad. Cause I have to be honest, I love Prevx, but to me the FP rate is still to high which explains why everything is detected.