I am begginning to become a little tired of the huge "hype" people are making regarding these anti-malware tools. I have used / tested both thouroughly and the outcome was very poor. People seem to suggest theses names, though I never see any evidence of detection rates etc. I am not saying these are bad scanners (considering they're free) but in my opinion they fail to make the grade. I just don't see how any of these free products have a hope in hell of competing with any commerical products, and before some smart allec decides to say "Well they're not meant to", it's no use having a free "antimalware" product that can't keep up with the threat of malware. To anyone who is looking for a decent antimalware setup I strongly suggest you use Avira AntiVir or Avast and a-squared antimalware (which can't be beaten on trojan detection, multiple dialy updates, very impressive detecion rates to) The other two products that drives me mad when these "so called security experts" reccomend are Spybot and Adaware. They are has-been products, they were good in thier day, but they focus on bloody cookies and active x controls more than spyware. I have some pitty for SBSD, becuase they do concentrate on rouge products, but they are the cause of the most of them in the first place... Cripled code. It just seems like another Firefox episode, Firefox never become popular becuase of its "extensive features" and "security", it became popular becuase it was marketed extremley well. Hail Opera. Rant over.