I'm just sitting here thinking that if PG is protecting everything in memory, why would it be necessary to run either Spy Sweeper's or Ad-Watch's or Pest Patrol's memory scanners. My initial conclusion is that it would not be necessary to do so, assuming PG's protection options are sit to maximum...all active. I typically have been running Spy Sweeper's memory scanner because it provides less load on CPU utilization as compared to Ad-Watch or Pest Patrol. Nothing in RAM is changeable unless I permit it through PG. Flaws in my thinking and conclusion?