Hi, I have a RAID5 system consisting of three 4GB SCSI disks connected to a RAID controller in a Compaq ProLiant 1600 server. I wish to replace the three drives with new 18GB models so that I have a bit more space to play with but keep the current system intact. At the moment the RAID5 volume consists of two partitions (C and D), C contains the Windows 2000 Server system and D contains some additional programmes and databases. When I create the new volume I would like to keep the C partition the same size but would like to increase the size of D to utilise the new space. I am planning on using True Image to backup both partitions on the current RAID5 volume onto an external USB hard drive. I will then swap the drives for the newer ones and create a new RAID5 volume utilising all of the new space. I then plan to use the bootable CD created with True Image to restore the original partitions from the external USB drive to the new RAID5 volume. At this stage I will hopefully have working system with exactly the same resources as before the migration. Hence I then plan to use Disk Director to increase the size of the D partition to utilise the new spare space which should be available within the new volume. Should this work and am I using the correct Acronis software packages to complete this task? I ask this as it is going to cost a lot of money to purchase the Server version of True Image just to complete this migration. Could I use Migrate Easy? Thankyou in advance for your advice.