February's toolsmith in ISSA Journal covers RAPIER 3.1, the Rapid Assessment & Potential Incident Examination Report from Joe Schwendt and Steve Mancini of Intel. See toolsmith if you're an ISSA member.
One of the minor issues that recently popped up around keeping the RAPIER 3.1 install current is changes to ClamAV, where the new installation forces a C:\Program Files\ClamAV hierarchy. This is, of course, problematic for RAPIER, which is designed to be portable and not hierarchy dependent.
The version here solves the issue, so long as you have the Visual Studio 2005 dll's.
Email me a holisticinfosec at gmail dot com, if you need files or have questions.