Well, now the picture has gotten pretty clear as to what Webroots intentions were with acquiring Prevx. Webroot had turned into a heavy lackluster vendor. Products were not considered in the Top Tier and they realized it was time to throw a Hail Mary. With the acquistion, and the release of their new products, they basically kept none of the old Webroot Security Products. Webroot Secure Anywhere is where they have placed all of their eggs, and only time will tell if this pays off. Personally, I dont like 3 different offerings. I think the whole idea of selling to the 90 percent looking for software is to keep it as simple as possible. I like most vendors approach of a antivirus product and a suite. But what now falls in the middle?? I also think the new product is a tad bit over-loaded that will also make it confusing for those who shell out the money. But, it is so light that if it can be just a install and forget type product, then how can you complain. Even I still havent figured out the best settings. I hope, they allow for a large influence by our Prevx friends on future development because to me, that is the key to $$$$$. Not knocking the Webroot staff but,yes I am, you had your chance and make some good products feel like they where wearing cement boots. I really think the in store marketing, like Best Buy, saw it there yesterday, is a big plus. But if they really want to distance the 3 products apart, they really need to do more. If it were me, I would go with the Antivirus. Just because I think of it as the new Prevx. Webroot took a huge gamble, and on the surface it is going to pay off. Keeping it paying 6 months, 1 year, and 3 years from now, is the key. They also dropped the ball on the Prevx conversion of current license holders. Personally, to make up for this, all Prevx license holders should be offered a one year new license to the WSA Antivirus. This keeps your foundation solid, sends a signal to future buyers of your loyality and basically starts to BLOW away that dark cloud that was hovering over Webroot for the last 6 years. They have everything in place to make it a winner, but allow the P over W influence to be more prevalent, or you may, just, regret, it.