@SERVICE seems better that it was, but it gives unexpected results. For info level 3, it always returns 0. I tried about a dozen services, many of which I know can be stopped. For info level 4, it sometimes gives values that seem rather large (spooler = 69, diskeeper = 65, eventlog = 4). For info level 5, it always returns 0, which I suppose could be correct. But I know from experience that these operations don't happen instantly. OTOH, if the SCM asks the service for the estimate, the service itself might not bother to give a meaningful one.