I find myself helping people set up their computers often. With this comes variation in technical capabilities of user with which I am doing this for. I have learned that setting up a novice with advanced security features creates more work for me when they inevitably call me with questions. Therefore, I am wondering if it wouldn't be better for me to match the end user with the level of security applications. Seems logical. I have been reading about Microsoft's new OneCare. It seems that it is a good product for novices, as it provides adequate security that is self-managing. OneCare may not be the right product for people that are more advanced and desire better security. Can anyone that has used the product tell me if OneCare would be a good product for me to install on novice computers as an all-in-one self-managing security application?