I haven't been to Wilders.org in ages and just went there and read all the AV reviews. I'm puzzled by the KAV review which appears to have been done in 2004 so it is not a really old review although KAV 2006 is totally different from earlier versions in many ways. What is meant by this in the review: "The detection and removal performance is an issue; therefore, we consider Kaspersky Antivirus Gold as a good virus - and excellent trojan scanner." What detection and removal performance? This appears to imply that KAV is only a "good" AV?! and has detection and removal problems?? Could that enigmatic comment be better explained please? I mean KAV is bar none the best AV there is in many expert opinions. NOD32 is a very close second or maybe even ties with KAV now. KAV 2006 is outstanding even in beta (with plenty of bugs ) so I just can't understand Wilders giving KAV only a "good" rating on its AV! And what is with the splitting on the rating? Trojans are part of an Antivirus..why split it and say AV is one rating and trojan is another?