Unlike True Image 11, True Image Echo Workstation promises to restore onto another machine with a different hardware setup! Has anyone tried it? (I’m just now testing their 15-day trial version and have not previously used Acronis software.) Per an article in PC World (find.pcworld.com/58928 ) “…and if you opt for the more expensive Workstation version you can also purchase a Universal Restore module that will restore images to a PC with a different hardware profile from the one that the image was created on.” (Note: “more expensive” = extra $20.The Universal Restore is an add-on to Workstation and can be purchased later - $30 for one license.) I’m interested in this because it is one thing to have an image of the C drive in case it crashes, but what if the entire machine dies, or when I simply need to upgrade to a new machine? My current machines have so many neat applications that to reinstall everything is simply not an option…. Rather, it would be a horrible nightmare! Comments anyone?