I have just attempted to evaluate Cybersitter and Cyber Patrol. Both had major problems with my system. I determined the cause was an incompatibility with NOD32 and subsequent investigation strongly suggests the cause is the IMON module. It appears that this issue has been ongoing and nothing corrective has been done. I like the way NOD32 runs but I cannot recommend it to others in my neighborhood if it's incompatible with such filtering software. That's the way it is. If I disable IMON without changing to pure text in Outlook Express, then I'm wide open to email threats, right? And what about for general surfing? Will AMON handle that or is IMON required? My sub is up in a couple of months. As much as I like the lean, efficient approach NOD32 features, I will likely switch to a competitor if a fix is not forthcoming and there is no communication from ESET.