1.How exactly is this done or what does it mean?: "Bootable backup media – When backing up to removable media, users can make this media bootable in the same manner as rescue CD, so separate recover media is not required".....To me this means that the .tib backup images can be made bootable, but, is it only done through the secure zone. I read in another thread on how to use ultraiso to extract and reload the .bif from an ATI rescue media to a newly created bootable media and dragging the .tib files into it so only one CD/DVD is required.....however,this thread was created prior to the release of 9.1. 2.What does the following mean or how is it done?: "Create CDs with bootable images, PXE packages, and bootable recovery media ISOs — Eliminate the need to have separate recovery media and provide flexibility for application management".....in relation to my 1st question. 3.Does ATI support creating the backup images in .iso format instead of .tib, and if so, are these .iso images viewable through any other program other than ATI? 4.How exactly can acronis be used with VMware? I assume it only works through/with the rescue media cd, that is if ATI does not support creation of backup bootable iso images, in which case VMware will boot from the iso image as it does with others.