I'd also like to disabuse people of the notion that a marketing campaign shows a company is reforming its ways. 180solutions insists in its marketing materials that its software is now easy to uninstall. A skeptic by nature, I had to test that assertion. I installed Zango, 180solutions' own software platform it uses to serve up free games. I played one of its available games for a while, then chose to uninstall Zango. The uninstaller launched a Web page from 180solutions' site asking why I wanted to get rid of the program, a tactic I particularly dislike. After uninstalling, I looked through the folders on my hard drive and found the Zango folder and the game folder all packed with various files, including installers for Zango. I wouldn't be surprised if Zango could reinstall itself--but, most importantly, this was not what I would call a clean uninstall. If 180solutions and WhenU want to clean up their acts, they should get out of the adware business.