HI: I have used PC-Cillin for past 3 years and I do really like it. However, I had not heard of NOD at the time of purchase [quiet achiever heh!] and probably [make that would have] purchased NOD32 if I had known about it back then. I am GOING to purchase NOD when my current licence expires in Feb, but hope the new NOD version is out before that. My question: How good is NOD at scanning zipped/compressed files. Oh I know all the good folk around will say it scans zip. double zip, rar, etc. etc. PC-Cillin detects all except one... the .SIT files created by Aladdin's Stuffit program [Mac proggy, I am using the Windows version, much much easier to use than ZIP IMHO, and a lot faster and more compression]. I have added .SIT to my 'Compressed' list, but when I put the Eicar 'Test String' inside a doc and compress it with 'Stuffit' and scan it does not alarm. Then put the same file in a ZIP/double ZIP/even triple ZIP and it alarms. It alarms on everything else I test. Will NOD detect .SIT compression. Everytime I look at AV's and see the compression lists, I NEVER see .SIT mentioned. [Have not seen NOD's]. Would someone who has it, do a test and tell me or if someone already knows 'for sure'. This seems to be one of the main compression proggys out there yet it's never mentioned in the compression lists of AV detection. Thanks for any responses.