I downloaded the free trial version of Prevx/Safeonline to see how it might work with the other software I'm running, and I was surprised to find that it was not a fully functional trial (one of my pet peeves, but that's for another thread) -- some aspects of it worked, others would not unless you pay $$$. What's the rationale behind a trial version that isn't fully functional? How is a user expected to discover if the program will create any conflicts with what he/she is already running if all if it's features aren't even enabled -- especially those that might create the most conflicts with other security software (real-time protection)? Just wondering what the thinking behind this is... Thanks!