Here are mine... Background: I have used NOD32 for a long time.. I was a Symantec/Norton user, and really liked their products until it started missing a lot, I ran into a lot of issues uninstalling it on some machines, and it just started to become a big time resource hog that would slow down and take over machines.. I then started doing a lot of research, and ran into Kaspersky, and NOD32. I really like both but I preferred NOD32 over Kaspersky due to resource utilization. I'm worried about NOD32 starting to use more resources than it used, and even it's counterparts in the AV software world. Right now it's using 45-51MB on my computer. I just really hope that ESET can come up with something that will use less memory, and CPU power in the future. It seemed that when 2.7 rolled around is when I first started to notice it. I know with added features comes more resource utilization. However Norton 2009 Gamers edition barely uses anything at all 5-10 MB. This is not a bash of ESET just come constructive requests from a long time user, and someone who has managed two IT Infrastructures, and brought ESET in the door.. Probably made ESET 20-30K since the 2.5 era Needless to say the remote administration has really improved and headed in the right direction.. Along with Rip and Replace.. Here would be my wish list 1. Cut the memory footprint down. 2. Offer programs that addon to memory footprint as addons through website 3. Improve CPU utilization when extracting/installing programs.. I've noticed slow installs/extractions watched task manager and saw NOD32 hung for 5-10 seconds scanning stuff. 4. Improved Detection rates 5. HIDS/HIPS I just really hate to see ESET head in the direction that Spyware Doctor did, and hit the point where the program is using 100 MB in the background. I know in an era where 3-4 GB is nothing anymore that it main seem silly to care so much about memory background usage it is just hard to defend the product I want to bring into a place.