Hi Huupi I've had no issues imaging the living system. On of the things I've been doing with the desktop version is running a scheduled job that takes 15 minute incrementals thru out the business day. They run on average in 3-10 seconds, and you don't even know they are running. I let this run for 3 days and had 95 incrementals. I was able to pick any point in time during the day and restore to that point. Restores obviously are a bit slower, since the program has to chew thru all the incrementals. One other thing I tested is collapsing the original full image and the incrmentals into one final image. Verified and restored fine. However with 95 increments it took slightly over an hour to collapse them so clearly in that case a new image would have been more efficient. But it worked. The ability to capture the system that frequently is just an extra bit of insurance that should something go wrong during the day, I can either restore, or retrieve a file from a point in time. Pete PS. One thing I also tested was having an on going program like an active game running while the incremental was taken. No problem it just captured the state that the file on the disk was in and picked up from there on restore.