I'd rather be, whatever it is you're insuiating than some illiterate, belligerent internet nub who's asking a career artist how to use their warez copy of maxwell in broad daylight, while offering a free one in return.
If you have a question pertaining to the usage of Maxwell render, I suggest you read the fucking manual.
Computers haven't change me either, I'm quite sociable.
I think the noise-level is pretty damn clean on this one especially! You could clean your other ones with a simple post-filter called "KPT6 Equalizer", which is an amazing filter for doing just that, just thought I'd toss that out there for you. I really like your Maxwell progress so far, can't wait to see what else you come up with!
ps. nice job. If I were to offer a critique it would be on the finish of the wood floor. it looks pretty patchy or very rough. Also the grain of the carpet isn't perpendicular to it's borders. With that said, i wouldn't have bothered with messing with it myself so..