I have got used to having a secure "sandbox" where I know I can run things I am not 100% sure about without doing any harm. I think this should be something more programs of this type should develop.
Some programs just have too many bells & whistles which may be included to keep the price high rather than any other reason. For Norton to survive in this field where there are now so many good free products then I feel the price has to drop substantially either by excluding the extras or just dropping it which might not be easy for them to do.
People need a very good reason to pay circa £40 for something they can get just as good for free.