I've tried a few freebies, including DSA. Processguard, unless being a such a blatant newbie that I'm missing something, seems as good as any. I've made a couple of changes, but it seems solid out of the chute with its preset rules. SSM had me completely lost. I liked it but couldn't figure out whether to set rules or leave it as is when I installed it. DSA I really liked, but it seemed 'thin' and to be missing something. Cyberhawk seems okay but even I, who knows nothing, didn't like the fact that I couldn't do much with it. ProSecurity, I had it on my machine for quite a while and it's another option when I tire of PG, which I inevitably will. It seems to have the best balance of allowing user intervention and protection without giving too much information to confuse security retards like me. For now, I'm running PG free. I can even understand the help file which is a major plus in my book.