Well, reviews from different sources, anyway...don't you think some of the reviews kinda biased, or more or like "sponsored" reviews for certain products, so in the reviews, the reviewer will write something "nice" and "attracting" compared to other products he/she reviewed.
For example, these 2 reviews, about Norton Internet Security:
This is definitely the slimmest, most unobtrusive Norton ever. Its protection is top-notch where it counts, though antispam and parental controls are still weak. As the best all-around security suite to date (I'll be installing it myself), it's our new Editors' Choice.
@ The Best Security Suites for 2009 - Reviews by PC Magazine
Symantec offers great online support options to help with any issues you may have, and continually updates their software to keep it ahead of the curve and ahead of any virus threats that may come out. Live support options such as phone support or live chat are both sub par and could use some work.
Norton Internet Security 2009 caused some problems after being removed from our test system as well. Google Desktop stopped working as well as all of our instant message clients that we use during testing.
When I read about PCMag's reviews, it seems...eh, all good points on norton, and it seems norton is the only best suite among all the products reviewed, while top10reviews seems, placed Norton on #8 instead.
Not just about these software reviews, I've seen lots of other reviews as well such as handbags, notebook, phones...etc...some of the reviews seems "PAID reviews" where they seems biased when reviewing other products @_@; [at other sites]
Don't you guys think so o;