This screen is confusing. It looks as though KlezJ was quarantined 6 times on July 29. That is not true though. It was quarantined ONCE on that day. The other five instances have been tonight which is August 1. I thought quarantine wasn't working properly because I didn't see this file appear there so I kept trying to open it to see if it would appear in quarantine. I finally realized what had happened. This is very misleading. It should show the CURRENT DATE not several days ago. EACH instance of quarantine should be listed with the date it was quarantined. This should happen even if it is the very same file being quarantined more than once. Plus, the glaring problem here is that it isn't really quarantined. It is still in the original location. Why isn't it moved to quarantine? The quarantine log shows that it is in quarantine although the log gives the wrong date. It should have been moved to quarantine the first time I went to scan it which was several days ago. That is what other av would do. What is quarantine for if the file isn't moved there? Why is quarantine greyed out on that screen? Ahh,,,I think I have it figured out. The file is only COPIED to quarantine! Is that correct? No other av I have used only copies the file to quarantine...they all MOVE it there which makes a lot more sense. Why would I want the infected file left in the original folder? How would I know that if I deleted it that I could always retrieve it from the copy put in quarantine? Plus why would I be required to take two actions...one quarantining a copy of it and another to delete the original file? Moving the original file is one action. Having to take two actions is extra work and unnecessary. I read the help files. There isn't anything to indicate that rather than MOVING the file to quarantine it is copied there. That is such a strange way of doing things seems to me and totally different from other av. Another thing: the screen says NOD can clean this virus. That is not true so why does it say that? Worms can't be cleaned as they are the whole file so they can only be deleted. NOD shouldn't tell me it can do something it cannot do. I can see that a lot of the changes in the GUI were just surface cosmetics as underneath much of the confusion which was there in version one is still there. There is also the problem of when you delete viruses that it doesn't show up in real time like with every other av I've used. You have to reboot! I reboot only once every 24 or more hours and wouldn't reboot hardly ever if I had XP instead of W98 so this is confusing and misleading. I see some good improvements and I love the shell extension that Paolo has provided so I can scan individual files from Explorer using advanced heuristics. However, there are still too many things about the GUI that need improvement. I have really tried to understand the weirdness that to me still completely envelopes NOD. However, I'm too frustrated by the incoherent reasoning in the way NOD behaves. Nothing about NOD is logical. I don't have this problem with the other two av I own or any others I have tried. I guess NOD just doesn't agree with me. It is an excellent scanner, and light on resources, but for me it is quite illogical in the way it works in many respects.