For issues 1 and 2 it sounds like you have an older version of SwiftKit or the Chrome Frame is using an old cache. As both of these issues were present in early version of "Swiftkit + Chrome" and have since been resolved. I would first make sure SwiftKit is up to date and that you are using the public update server not the staff server. If still no luck, click the options link on the SwiftKit launcher and then click "User Data Directory" and delete the ChromCache Folder. In regards to the advertisement, They are controlled by Google and use your browser and search history to best determine what advertisements may interest you. So since you clearly have browsed RuneScape related content in the past, it will tailor ads based around this. We have very little control over what advertisements are shown, We are only able to block ads by URL, so this can become some what hard to stay on top of as sites like this tend to only be around for short periods of time before changing URL. So just like Tip.it , Zybez and all other fans sites that face the same issues that we do we encourage all users to report the offending ads to us via the contact us link on the news page. As for the IRC you are wrong before using the SwiftKit IRC client we force all users to read and sign a form by typing "I Agree" saying that they agree to follow the SwiftIRC Rules, which outline this. All of these rules have been the same for that last 5 years, we have direct contact with Jagex, if they have any issues with SwiftKit they contact us immediately and we address them straight away. We were at RuneFest and spoke to MMG himself about SwiftKit and he didn't have an issues with SwiftKit at the time. Given that the IRC client and the news page haven't changed at all since then I don't see them becoming issues now. Seeing as not a single user has ever been banned for using SwiftKit and we have hundreds of Jagex mods stating this, if you believe it to not be legal then by all means here is a link to the Official Runescape Client go nuts. http://www.runescape.com/downloads.ws other wise this is what SwiftKit is and we don't not have any immediate plans to change it.