Every vendor is working on making the job of SOC analysts easier, with fewer false positives and more precise detections. ESET uses LiveGrid technology that provides feedback on the reputation of files and operations. It's hard to eliminate all of the false positives, but hopefully, we'll see some improvement with the advances in AI. For XDR tools like ESET Inspect, customers must have a higher knowledge of Windows internals and other "under the hood" processes that are underlying day-to-day activities in the network. There is a challenging learning curve that customers need to master and for the adequate implementation of an XDR solution, time is needed. Not for the installation of the software, that's easy, but for setting the solution to work satisfactorily concerning specifics of the environment. Also, never mind ESET's traditionally light footprint, every XDR solution asks for solid server power to process raw events from endpoints. The more you want to return for forensics, the larger the database.