Hi, I'm trialing NOD32 v2.51.28 with the latest virus defs. I am using it on a fresh install of XP/SP2 with no other AV software. I have set up NOD32 using Blackspear's guide with a few exceptions. (BTW, a big thumbs-up for that set-up guide!) Questions: 1) Is it possible to remove the NOD32 splash screen that appears when Windows boots? 2) Is it possible to keep NOD32 from tagging every email that it scans? ("This message was checked by NOD32 antivirus system.") 3) What is the difference between all the various system scans? There is a scheduled scan, an on-demand scan, a local scan, and an in-depth analysis scan. Don't they all do pretty much the same thing? 4) If EMON is the MS Outlook email monitor, then what part of NOD32 is scanning my Outlook Express messages? Can I turn EMON off since I don't use Outlook? The status of my EMON is zero files scanned so I guess it's idle. 5) Where can I send bug reports? I sent one here: http://www.eset.com/support/contact.php Does that work, or is there another link I should use? Quibbles: 1) Why no "About" button to find out what version I'm running? They make you hunt for it. 2) It drives me crazy when GUIs don't remember your settings. For an item like the Scheduler/Planner, I like to stretch it the full width of my screen and open each header for easy reading. NOD32 will remember my preference for one boot only; after a reboot, I have to set it all up again. Annoying! As one who is coming to Eset after years of Symantec use (and abuse!), I must say that I am generally happy with the program so far. It's certainly a learning curve to understand this complex AV utility, but I think it's worth it for the small footprint and advanced heuristics. Also, this support forum is a great place to come for answers and advice.