I've tried this tool and like it a lot. I looked at all the docs, but I'm trying to wrap my head around the best way I can use it for my code-base. So I have several simple questions. Q1: An issue that I'm looking a solution for, and would like to know if this tool will address it. Specifically, if I have a method that was doing a lot of allocations, boxing, etc., and we optimized it so that it's now allocation free, I would like to assert that somehow so that we don't regress. I've looked at dotMemory, which I think can do this by recording all GC Alloc traffic via ETW. It takes a while to run for a simple method (like a minute or two, on a very fast computer). I think the number of process you have open may also be an issue. It's similar to how PerfView will make gigabyte-sized .etl files simply because it records EVERYTHING. I realize that BenchmarkDotNet is primarily about execution speed of code, but it seems to have some GC pressure stuff as well. Any thoughts?