Has anyone else read this one: http://www.nsslabs.com/research/endpoint-security/anti-malware/consumer-anti-malware-products:-group-test-report-q3-2010.html Eset gets really bad results, which surprises me a lot. (Kaspersky also has low numbers, this is equally astounding to me). I've read their methodology, but can't find anything specific which seems wrong. Anyone here care to try commenting? Since Eset get's very good numbers in all other tests I know of, I'm very confused right now.