There is almost no information about transitioning from NOD32 version 1 to upcoming version 2. The main problem is with existing users and their central update options. I have some information from my local distributor, but there is many unanswered question, and I am expecting unpleasant discussions with my customers. I have many customers with small LANs of 2-10 workstations. Now, they have central update on one workstation (generally, with ONE modem on ONE workstation). With new version, there will be no more workstation central update, and they must buy Administration tool or configure each workstation for Internet connection. Until now, central updating on workstations was NOD32 competetive advantage. Now I must tell all of them that ESET changed NOD32 and licencing policy. They must decide to buy Admin Tool or invest in LAN Internet connection sharing (buy more modems or LAN router or configuring sharing). Both option requires additional investment. Most customers really don't like suprises like this. We sold them something with some features, on 1 - 3 years. Now, we must told them to pay some more $ to get the same features (or some more) as we offered them in the first place. We still don't have any informations about licencing and pricing of new version. Also, there is no much details even how will new Admin Tool functioning. Is there any "beta" informations about that? It is so hard to sell NOD32 to bigger customers without full information. Is there any posibility to protect existing users? How long you will suport NOD32 Version 1 database updating? I got an advice to offer Data/Server licence or Server + n workstation licences to those customers who have more than few workstations. That is not fair to customers. Something like that raises end price too much, and customers won't buy NOD32. We don't know anything about upcoming Admin Tool, just main options. Must it be installed on server? If we install it on some workstation, what if that workstation is out of work for some reason or customer just don't turn on that computer for 10 days? Can we install Admin Tool on more that one PC under the same licence? Until now, if workstation which is responsible for updating is not working, I was able to easy configure any other PC to do the same job. I have one big customer who has Sophos and SAV Admin Tool and was frustrated with that, and happily switch to 2-year NOD32. What I can tell them now?!? Sorry for long post, but we really need more information in order to succesfully offer and promote ESET NOD32.