Hi guys, I'm testing out tds-3 and had a few questions. My first question is re the nature of the threat. I've now downloaded and run tds-3 on my home and work PCs. These PCs are always connected to the internet, and I"ve downloaded hundreds, if not thousands, of programs and files with each. That is to say, neither has been living in a cave. They've been 'out there' doing the types of things I'd suppose make one susceptible to trojans. On both scans, both machines came up trojan free. So i'm wondering, if with all the surfing and downloading i've already done I haven't picked up any trojans, why should i pay money to obtain a trojan detector? I should also mention that my home machine is behind a linksys nat router, and runs nav2002, zap 3.x and adaware. So I guess the real question is, with that security setup what is the marginal benefit to be gained by running a trojan detection package? Is this important because in the future we see the nature of online threats evolving FROM viruses to also include more trojan threats? My second question regards the nature of TDS-3 compared to TrojanHunter. They both look like fine packages and I'd enjoy hearing what differentiates these programs. Thanks guys.