Hi Everyone, I have a question about the wisdom (or not) of setting a size limit of archive "chunks" or "pieces" when backing up my system's three hard drives. I have had Backup and Recovery 11 Home for some 15 months (having used older versions for some years before), and I have liked the way it works with an external USB hard drive being used as the archive "destination" drive. For some reason (perhaps an early setting I made, or a default setting), the archives were originally broken up into 4 GB "chunks." That seemed to work fine. However, I changed that setting recently (I don't know why - to experiment?) when I got a new external USB hard drive so that the archives are now built up into one large archive for each of my PC's three hard drives. The total combined size of all three archives is around 80 GB. Is it better to limit the archive "piece" size to something like 4 GB, or is it simpler and more fool-proof to let the archive for each drive build up in one file? Thanks for any help here!