1) Downloaded the most recent v2 trial from site. 2) Forced to set up update parameters later, as no username/pw is provided. 3) Enabled AMON and IMON 4) Discovered that I had no internet connectivity via IE, and that SpamPal reported any POP3 port as being in use or unavailable. 5) Went to IMON settings and "reconfigured" via the button/option that is apparently supposed to re-discover your setup. 6) Re-booted 7) Same network connectivity issues. Uninstalled 9) XP hung at shutdown screen After my very brief experience above, I very quickly went back to AVG7, and likely won't revisit NOD32 again until 3.0. I did run LSPFIX, and found that at least the uninstall had correctly removed any Winsock related changes it had made. IMO, this app has a long way to go. In theory, it's great. Low on resources, ability to scan e-mail, etc, but it really doesn't seem to be quite ready yet. But, having said that, I do have hopes that it will improve, and will try it again in the future.