To be perfectly honest I have found nothing in 360 that is better than the free programs that I had been using beforehand. There were a few things I didn't like that I couldn't find out how to switch off like the world map and the automatic tune-up, the latter removing stuff that I wished it didn't. Yes it works unobtrusively but it is also not the quickest game in town. My Aulogics defragger defrags 4GB in a few minutes and shows me how it is doing whilst Norton took over an hour. Clearly Norton doesn't take advantage of my large Memory whilst Auslogics does. It is certainly not as processor hungry as previous incarnations I have used and that is good but I think most similar programs have also ditched their hunger so there is no great advantage.
Most people who install Norton will largely forget about it and let it do its business which is just as well as when you get into it , it is really quite an ugly brute. It still has the feel of not quite being all together in that some parts do not seem to be integrated well with the overall package and I found that strange as I am not aware of Norton purchasing any new companies in recent months so surely it should feel more integrated by now.
Unless substantial changes are made to its overall look I am unlikely to even install the free package when it arrives and I particularly don't like it altering my Messenger Settings without my prior permission. And no I wouldn't buy it either.