AMS: Modules and applications both have access to SVC mode, so either can utterly destroy a machine in a heartbeat. All being a module really gets you is the ability to service comands, SWIs, vectors and service calls.
You also seem to think that I called RISC OS 5 stupid in anger at you. Aside from the fact that you misrepresented that quote, the facts are quite clear -- Select32 behaves far more intelligently than OS 5 does.
I don't even know why you're upset about this. From previous comments you've made you're never going to use anything other than something Castle have made. All you're doing is whining at people who actually understand the problems/issues involved and proving how much you don't know.