I don't know if somebody picked it up again recently, but I saw it untouched for months, so I decided to stop using it. Even a month or so ago, I saw it didn't account for any of the new tricks. EXE association removal? Not touched. Hiding the user's profile folder? Not fixed. Removing system objects from the user's start menu? Not replaced. These actions are commonplace nowadays (mostly part of the "scare-ware" tactic modern malware uses), and tools need to account for them (which is partially why RogueKiller was made and why I've been checking it out). I'm a hardass when it comes to infections.