Please make X-Fence a full-fledge product.
X-fence is the primary reason why I'm interested in F-Secure at all. I really really want to see it get some serious tender love and care rather than the direction the dev team is taking it by watering it down by bundling it with the preset rules and hiding it as a mere button relegated to the last item users will read as they review all the settings. I understand how no user interaction required is a big thing for security products for the average joe, that's fine, but as a power user, I don't trust it, I have no idea what rules come pre-bundled, or what decisions it is making about applications that I never see prompts for. Please do not shaft the power users that once used Little Flocker. I want X-Fence to be as robust a file system firewall as Little Snitch is as a network firewall. A robust app would allow for stricter filtering than what comes bundled with fs protect, while being user-friendly (not so tedious to work with). Little Snitch accomplishes this balance well with network firewall, I ask that you match their feat with a filesystem firewall.
Being able to easily see and resolve redundant/overlapping or conflicting rules would be huge for the security conscious power user, a menu cluster for monitoring, disabling/enabling and changing settings about new rules on the fly. In short, I wish X-Fence was a full-fledged product as it was originally intended to be, like it's origin, Little Flocker. I would gladly pay $50 or more to have such a robust layer of security at the file system level. It is way too difficult to manipulate the rules as it is, a user has to open the settings panel, find X-Fence, click the last tab in the panel, and then finally X-Fence rules pop up, and it's not even an application, so I can't add it to my dock or menu. It's not made for humans to use. Please create a robust full-fledged filesystem firewall application. Thank you for hearing me out.