I recently purchased Acronis True Image 11 Home (build 8053). This product has so many bugs in it that it shouldn't even be available to the unsuspecting consumer. I have tested beta versions of products that have had less problems than TI11. Backup and Recovery is the core functionality of this product, yet their Backup Archives application will not even properly display backups that have been run. At other times, the Backup Archives screen will show multiple occurences of a single backup. It's like a slot machine ....... you get a different result every time you check the Backup Archives. I have reported this problem to Acronis, but haven't gotten a response back from their less than stellar technical support staff. Acronis boasts about the value of the Secure Zone, but you can't even create the Secure Zone with their online application. It was only through this forum that I discovered that the Secure Zone could be created by rebooting with the Acronis CD. I have reported this problem to Acronis, but have not gotten a resolution. Acronis has created this silly yellow banner to remind you that you haven't scheduled a backup. I have run multiple full image backups, both manually and thru their scheduler, but the yellow banner never goes away. How can anyone develop and distribute software with such obvious problems? ................and expect to be paid for it!! There is just a total lack of quality assurance and product testing at Acronis, and apparently a total lack of respect for their customers. ACRONIS.........YOU SHOULD BE ASHAMED AND EMBARRASSED FOR RELEASING THIS TO THE PUBLIC. It's not fit for consumption. You need to get your act together, or get out of the business! I have worked in the IT field for over 25 years, and I'm used to working with professional people that can deliver a professional product. I have no confidence in this product, and will not be recommending it on a large scale for our agency. I'm running Acronis TI11 on a Dell Precision M6300 laptop with 4 Gigs of ram, 200G hard drive, dual core extreme processor, running Windows XP Professional (SP2).