(I will most likely install XP SP3 via Windows Update sometime in the future after it has been out for a while. For now though I downloaded it, just to store it in case I should ever need a copy. I downloaded it from the link provided here.) I scanned the 300+ MB file with my anti-virus, and two anti-spyware apps by right clicking it. One of those anti-spys was SuperAntiSpyware. My question is why did both my AV and the other anti-spy take over five minutes to scan a reported 2500+ files in the self-extracting cab while SAS returned a result of only one file scanned almost as soon as I initiated it's scan? I know different apps can give different totals of files scanned depending on how they count them but SAS only reported one file and scanned it almost instantaneously. It makes me wonder, can SAS not "see" inside the self-extracting cab file to scan it's contents when I right click it?