Saw in one of the threads where someone had suggested that we maintain alternate adware/spyware solutions. I'd like to get a better understanding of that piece of advice. Is that saying that Eset is not subscribing to the prevailing network of updated and shared information on these little intrusions or is just saying we don't yet fully trust our software to do the job yet? I mean I thought that database is what everybody is pooling to and pulling from including Microsoft with thier free solution currently in a beta version. So is it the software or what that has folks suggesting we keep our existing tool set for this problem? I'd like to consolidate with Eset's tool set for all this stuff (even if some suggest it's a bit Norton-ish to combine this stuff). My business reality is, the less products and less vendors I have to deal with the better....as long as the product does the job. So I welcome Eset's efforts in this regard as long as they keep it all lean and mean.