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I'll be the first to admit it: I'm scraping the bottom of the barrel today. The pickings, they be slim.
I mean, I don't particularly care for security software. Don't use it, in fact. And I know how most of you hate rebates.
And normally it would run you $59.99 (or $69.99 if purchased directly from Symantec). Yeah, the rebates are a hassle, but it's hard to sneeze at saving $50-60 on something you're probably going to buy anyway.
Well? Worthwhile deal, or is it ruined by the rebates? For the record, you can still scoreif you're really trying to keep it cheap.