Hello all. First, I am not looking to start a "Mine is better than yours" thread here. Not at all. I have three PCs and I am looking for a new AV for two of them - my main desktop presently has Kaspersky AV6. While KAV6 is certainly OK, I have some time to shop for my other two PCs' AV. I installed a trial of NOD32 on my notebook but it was unfortunately cut short. (Quick explanation - battery is dying in the notebook and I had to remove it, both to check which replacement I need to order and to check the serial to see if it's being recalled by Dell - it's not. When I replaced the battery the system clock was reset to August 30, 2004 -date OS was originally installed. I reset it - and of course the NOD32 trial now said I was 695 days expired on the trial!!) I had been somewhat confused with the setup before I lost the trial and didn't have the time to work it out. The GUI is different enough from other AVs I have used that I was unsure how to do certain things. Many modules and not enough explanation as to what each does. I noticed that there did not seem to be a viewable scheduled scan. I ahd been trying to learn the interface and find out how to set up a scheduled scan when the battery thing interrupted me. So now I cannot investigate it any further without purchasing the software. Which I would do if I had confidence that it and I would get along OK. I wrote Eset and asked about the purpose of the various modules and the somewhat dificult to follow interface in general. I also asked about setting up scheduled scans. I wasn't overly thrilled with either response. On the interface questions I was told basically that I cold just use the simple mode and not worry about all of that. (Well, gee thanks!) As for the scheduled scans, I was told about setting up the background scan, which would not alert me to anything unless there was a problem - I had alreadt mentioned that I didn't really like that option; I like to see what is going on. Plus the support tech gave me about two solid paged of command line options that I would have to input at the command prompt in order to have s scheduled scan that is not hidden in the background. It was more than a bit tedious looking, IMO. BTW, Eset would not allow me to reinstall the trial, but said I would have to purchase it to see anymore. Also I had complained that the only logs I had found were .DAT files that were in binary format. When I converted that code to try to read it I found that the logs are all in Slovak. The tech agreed and said the logs were for them - not for users to read. (Excuse me!) While I am not particularly fond of Kaspersky's interface, I'm not certain that I know enough about NOD32's to like or dislike it. But what I did see og NOD32's UI I wasn't entirely comfortable with at all. Any insight on NOD32's somewhat odd interface? Thank you.