I've been asked to set up a security suite for a family member who bought a new PC -- They purchased Norton Internet Security 2007 and Norton 360 (they'll return the one not installed), as they've used Symantec in the past. They're stuck on Norton, else I would put them on NOD32 or KIS Given these two options, which one is more EFFECTIVE? I see really little info on Symantec's site, other than that NIS is more configurable while 360 is more "behind the scenes". So, for anyone that's used them: 1) How is performance with these suites? I've heard Symantec has done a great job in this regard over previous years. How much RAM / processor do they suck up? My brother plays video games online, so I want to make sure web performance is good for him. While I don't expect NOD32 utilization, if memory use is around 30MB when not running an AV scan I'm good. 2) Is one more effective than the other, in any of the categories (firewall, av, as)? 3) What's your experience been like with the products? I'm not worried about complexity, as my brother is pretty good technically, and I'm the one setting it up. I just want to make sure they work, and work without bringing the PC to a crawl. I still wouldn't use it myself (yes yes, I've tried converting them... ), but I admit I'm curious to see how they will do, since its been about 3 years since I tried a Symantec product. Looking forward to the replies!