Last year Symantec made impressive gains, having pared down the code base and lowered the price on its Internet suite, so it makes sense we'd see more modest enhancements for this year's Norton. Aside from several user interface issues, our biggest complaint with Norton Internet Security 2008 is that it left us feeling as though we were missing something, not a feeling you want from a suite of Internet protection tools. The configuration choices are often only to enable or disable features, so advanced users will be disappointed, and the much-talked-about Norton AntiBot protection is not included but requires the purchase of yet another $30 product from Symantec. At $79, shouldn't we get everything Symantec has to offer in terms of protection? Apparently not.