Hi, I've been considering Hard Drive Manager Pro 12 but have grave concerns because it doesn't seem to have, or perform, source verification on backup. By this I mean once a backup is done, an option to perform a verification pass to re-read and compare the image contents back to the source drive or files. I can see there is "archive verification" but a careful look says this isn't source verification, it is just verification of archive readability and that its contents match what was hashed at the point of backup. Why is this important? Because it's well known the steps to backup are: (1) source data (ie disks/files) -> paragon (2) paragon -> backup archive. Hashes in the image and checking the image against its internal hashes can only verify step 2, not step 1. If a read error occurred, read was not faithful somehow, or "shadow copy" was not working on some file perhaps, or other conditions possibly, then it may be that the image content matches the bytes that Paragon read - but what Paragon read is not a faithful 100% consistent copy of the true source data. Only a 2nd verification pass that re-reads the source data to check it's matching what would be restored from the archive, can do that. The option doesn't seem to exist. The manual and KB don't seem to have anything under "verify" saying it exists. Can someone confirm my impression that Paragon's software does not have this capability.