Thanks for the info, ICit2lol!
It is a nice reference list, and those are good tools, but, with a caveat...
TDSSKiller, aswMBR, and GMER have been around for quite a while.
However, these tools work for someone who has a good knowledge base on how to use them.
I do not use them casually, and have to get the big ol' thinking cap to do so.
As far as Sophos and BitDefender goes, have not seen them used. Sophos throws in a word of caution. BitDefender claims to be the most "User friendly", but, personally, I would still be hesitant to point them out to someone who does not know how to use these things.
The above comments will probably not get me on your A+ list, but, with the sophistication of Rootkits nowadays, a User can go from computer with a RootKit to a big paperweight with very little effort.