I just wondered what NZB application everyone uses? I have been trying a couple: Unison and NZB Drop. Unison is ok but you can't queue/dequeue individual files in a long file list. That's why I am kind of swaying towards NZB Drop, but it's quite unstable under Leopard. You have to treat it with care otherwise it crashes. It also seems to cane system resources too after a during download session. My laptop hard disk goes mental and the fans sound like a plan taking off. I hope Asar are going to bring out an update for it to bring it up to date. Then I will definitely pay some money for it. Also I have a Giganews account which up to 20 simultaneous connections with SSL and I prefer that NZB Drop uses those 20 connections to download a single file at a time. Whereas Unison what to download 20 files at any one time. NZB Drop seems to download faster as well. I have had a little play with SuperNZB but I don't think it supports SSL connections but seems to be the whole package, handles NZB downloads, PAR2 verification and unRAR afterwards for unattended Usenet downloads.