In spite of all that has been said here about Acronis, I'd like to add my story about them. I was a convinced user of Macrium Reflect V4, then I upgraded my PC to a Win64 model, having also USB 3 ports. Reflect recovery media would neither recognize the Raid array (stripe 0) of my new system, nor the USB 3 ports. I followed the directions on the user forum to try to add the right drivers at boot time, to no avail. Then I got the info that only V5 could solve my issues, but at that time it was still buggy, according to other users, and Macrium wanted me to switch all 4 licenses of my Familiy Pack to V5. And for a helfty price. There was no reason for me to switch the 3 other PC to V5, there Reflect was running fine. At this moment, Bits du Jour offered a nice rebate for ATIH V11. I was nicely surprise to see that the recovery media was detecting both Raid Arrays & USB 3 nicely. I also discovered the elaborate backup management it proposes. Since then ATIH V11 has been running flawlessly on my system. Granted, I did not have to restore anything yet. To be safe I also run other imaging that are compatible with my system, and my preferred one is R-Drive from R-TT. Very light and powerful.