1. Yes ... this title is a provocation. 2. I don't know PREVX so far and I am excited to test it. 3. I would like to mention the following issue: If you want to download PREVX you enter into an agreement by stating: "I have read and accept PREVX's Terms and Conditions". See here for the Terms and Conditions: https://www.prevx.com/terms.htm According to section 12 of the Terms and Conditions you may never be able to link to PREVX's site again. Never ever: "You agree to immediately remove any link to the Site at any time upon PREVX's request." and "You may not link to an internal or subsidiary page of the Site located one or several levels down from the Site's home page". Most probably, the above Terms and Conditions are null and void due to the fact that they come as a surprise and unfairly restrict your right to set links to whereever you like. (Under the laws of most jurisdictions links to a website's front page and also deep links are permissible.) However, I am unable to rule out that this agreement may indeed be legally binding and, therefore, your legal rights may have been restricted if you have already downloaded PREVX. 4. After reading the above you will probably think. Gee ... what kind of idiot is posting here. Does s/he want to bash PREVX? If not: is this the most boring thread I ever read? Who cares for terms and conditions? 5. Well ... I do and I do not intend to bash PREVX's software (before testing it). However, I would like to call your attention to the problem that more and more software developers adopt lengthy and unfair software agreements and try to force you to enter into such agreements. This does not only relate to PREVX. PREVX is just an example. 6. I do not think that we should stay silent if we encounter such a situation. We should not be satisified if a software developer creates brilliant software for us but at the same time disrespects us by forcing us to enter into an unbalanced, unfair agreement. A software developer should tell its lawyers to not draft any provisions which are clearly inappropriate. It seems to me that the only effective thing we can do in order to stop this unfair practice is to raise our voice (semi-anonymously or not) and make this issue public. 7. Now I will download and test PREVX. Perhaps it's a great software.