After the complete lack of support that us SD devotees have suffered for more that two years now, I found myself thinking of how great it would be if the long-suffering SD code could be acquired by a proper developer. Imagine if the SD code was to be given the wealth of developmental resources and the transparency of operation it deserves. In my view one company would be ideal for such a task: Comodo. Why Comodo? The reason for this is very simple. Comodo already makes some great freeware security apps. It is also one of the very few mainstream software companies where even the CEO (Melih Abdulhayoglu) frequently logs into the forums and communicates directly with the users of his software. It's an undeniable fact that Melih is a very down-to-earth guy. He is approachable and he will even personally respond to questions by end users of his software. Such a level of communication is a rare thing; in fact a lot of CEOs could learn a thing or two from Melih when it comes to open-mindedness, people skills, and approachability. Imagine the excellent SD code being developed properly and kept current, in order to withstand modern threats as these threats evolve. Imagine it being developed openly with the transparency of operation it deserves, a transparency that a company like Comodo can provide. Imagine it becoming integrated into an excellent freeware Internet Security suite like Comodo's, or even as part of a future version of the forthcoming Comodo Time Machine 3. Imagine excellent snapshoting tech combined with the sturdiness of SD's light virtualization, all under one roof. With these thoughts in mind I decided to start a little experiment; so I started a poll at the Comodo Internet Security sub-forum asking users to vote on this matter. I know it's a very long shot, but if you like the idea of SD becoming part of the Comodo family with its code brought up to date and becoming integrated into an existing freeware Comodo utility, (or maybe released as a new freeware Comodo program on its own right), then visit the following link, register, vote, exchange ideas, get involved. http://forums.comodo.com/wishlist-c...rtualization-functions-into-cis-t86643.0.html It can happen if enough of us want it to.