It would be great if an innovative company like Blue Ridge Networks or Webroot could acquire Shadow Defender if possible. IMO SD has proven time, and time again to be the most secure light virtualization software ever developed. It's developer Tony has been MIA for some time now, and it would be a huge waste to allow such an ingenus piece of software become abandon ware. It still works flawlessly for me on W7 x 64. Maybe Barb at Blue Ridge Networks or Joe at Webroot could pass a subtle suggestion on to the higher ups . I want to see SD's development continued with some bright minds like these two companies posses. Does anyone else believe this would be a great move on their part? Lets pretend for discussion sake that this is indeed possible. Who else would be as thrilled as I would be to see one of these two companies acquire such a great piece of software? SD & AG or WSA & SD would each compliment one another very well, and either setup would make for an extremely secure, and extremely light setup. Let's hope that one of these two companies recognize the value of SD, and seize the opportunity if it is ever presented! I would love to see Blue Ridge Networks or Webroot acquire SD if at all possible. Does anyone else here at Wilders believe this could be a beneficial deal for both company, and consumer? Remember for discussion sake lets assume that it could be possible to make such a deal.