We predicted structures for all seven targets in the CAPRI experiment using a new method in development at the time of the challenge. The technique includes a low-resolution rigid body Monte Carlo search followed by high-resolution refinement with side-chain conformational changes and rigid body minimization. Decoys (approximately 10(6) per target) were discriminated using a scoring function including van der Waals and solvation interactions, hydrogen bonding, residue-residue pair statistics, and rotamer probabilities. Decoys were ranked, clustered, manually inspected, and selected. The top ranked model for target 6 predicted the experimental structure to 1.5 A RMSD and included 48 of 65 correct residue-residue contacts. Target 7 was predicted at 5.3 A RMSD with 22 of 37 correct residue-residue contacts using a homology model from a known complex structure. Using a preliminary version of the protocol in round 1, target 1 was predicted within 8.8 A although few contacts were correct. For targets 2 and 3, the interface locations and a small fraction of the contacts were correctly identified.