Well it used to be in version RVS2008. The latest version is many Mbytes larger. I'm presuming this mainly stems from the fact it now has AV included. Leaving aside, for now but not forgotten, the System Restore + Defragging problems associated with RVS2008, apart from those it was an excellent program. I realise that RVS became aware, as some of us have, that VM type Apps are not as infallable to certain Malware as we used to think. Notably MBR nasties. So i can understand RVS wanting to try and do something about it, and help protect us and their previously good name. That's why the've now included an AV. But i think a full blown Anti is not required, or actually beneficial to smooth running or being as resource light as possible. Also unless such an Anti is top notch, what's the point when there are numbers of very good solutions available. Including one that isn't up there doesn't make any sense, even though i empathise with their initial thoughts for wanting to address the MBR situation. I know we can disable the AV if we choose, and who wouldn't, but all that extra code will still be loaded. What i would like to suggest is, ditch the Mbyte wasting full type AV and instead just provide Anti MBR etc code/definitions built into a much smaller Anti type App. This can't be a problem for good coders, as there are several examples of Anti Apps with code under 1Mb. EG - Prevx, and the former BOClean which was around only 400K, and that included ALL the defs ! So something that would help protect the MBR etc with a relatively small number of Defs/Blocks, should able to be coded for even less that that. Or failing that, just do what you where mainly good at before Virtuality, and leave the full Anti's to others. Anybody else agree ?