As an additional security layer I would now like to supplement my AV program with Anti-Trojan software. I have narrowed my search down to BoClean and Trojan Hunter as TDS appears not be very 'newbie friendly'. ( Is this a true statement? e.g. can it be run straight out of the box?; is the interface too daunting?). I am leaning towards BoClean as you do not require multiple licences. But can anyone answer the following; 1. Are there any advantages of BoClean over Trojan Hunter apart from being able to run it on several computers without additional licences? ( I do not want a flaming response to TH). Does the greater trojan data base of BoClean offer more real time protection? 2. Since BoClean is only memory resident is this a disadvantage as there is no resident scanner? Are you better protected with both a running guard and an on- demand scanner? 3. Is BoClean compatible with KAV4 and/or Dr Web? 4. I have heard that a new version of BoClean may have a scanner component. Is this true and if so will registered owners be able to update for free with this new version? 5. Using KAV, is additional anti-trojan detection necessary? I have posted this thread on MTM's bulletin board but I did not receive much of a response. Are there many BoClean users out there?