Hello: Background Information I currently use Outpost Firewall Pro 2009 (OP). During OP's normal install process it detects Nod32 2.7 and then defers to Nod32 for real time scanning protection.So OP defers it's own real time antispyware tool in favour of Nod32. time antispyware product defers to a specific real time antivirus product. My Question is to Eset ( nod32 2.7) Since the eset warning is for antivirus products can the user conclude that other NON AV real time scanners work in harmony with AMON? The fact that OP defers an ASW tool to the Real time AV make me think that OP believes the answer is NO. But for the sake of my SAS real time ASW product I would like Eset's official view on this matter. Comment The fact that some users say they do run more than 1 real time scanner with no impact is not convincing enough, as there could be conflict at a low level we would never notice. I would like the most effective possible zero conflict real time scanning set up as a goal.