Hi all. I have TI 11.0 (latest build). I have read this thread: http://www.wilderssecurity.com/showthread.php?t=159812 but it seems inconclusive on the functioning of differential consolidation. It does not seem necessary in the same way as with incremental backups but I guess this is done to stop new differential backups getting too big (although this can be dealt with by doing a full backup every so many incremental backups). I assume if it consolidates, so the new full backup includes the changes in the oldest available differential backup that it then has to rework all the other differential backups, right? So once you have hit your quota limit this seems like more work than creating a new full backup as you are now each time creating a consolidated full backup AND reworking all your differentials, right? And this is likely to continue each and every time you do a backup from that time forward unless you manually intervene to delete backups. Is this right? In which case it would seem senseless to do anything but a full backup each time. But I may well be misunderstanding something. Can anyone put me straight! Thanks.