I'm curious why it would be beneficial to set AMON to scan all files (and IMON/DMON too for that matter). Doesn't it scan all infectable files by default? It seems like it would unnecessarily slow down a computer to scan every mp3 you play with deep, advanced heuristics. Doesn't it also slow things down to set the MON's to monitor archives? I didn't have the chance to check before my copy of NOD32 expired, but most AV's I've used really hit system performace when I told them to monitor archives. If an archive does have a virus, won't AMON catch it once you manually unpack the archive anyway? I'm all for beefing up security...I'm just concerned that a couple of these recommendations might impact system performance without providing a real benefit.