Was wondering if a quickheal antivirus review is in the works for your site? I have used it on one of my secondary systems for quite a while. Mainly because it uses very few resources. It also offers options like memory scanning, integration with outlook, eudora and office. Scanning of scrap objects. A messenger system that not only notifys you of updates but of the latest hoaxes or patches available. On startup it also monitors changes made to important system files and warns you if a file is starting up that did not start up in the previous boot. I know most of these options are found in other antiviruses as well, and from my own personal experience I dont think it is better than dr web or nod 32, but it does offer some nice features, and like i mentioned uses very few resources. Not many quality reviews have been made of this antivirus either, and I think a lot of users who have tried it are usually turned off quickly by its rather "novice" interface. If you try to test it with viruses and trojans, that are on its database, but in an archived state i dont think it will detect them. But in active state it will. In my experience it has detected a couple of viruses for me but has also generated a few false positives. Any opinions? On a side note, i think this forum is really great. You have answered quite a few questions already that I have been thinking about for quite awhile. Also wondering why the rating of Dr web on your site has dropped to 3.5 stars?