I am a very old hand at backups, starting years ago with PC Tools Backup (remember that one? through various versions of Colorado and WinNT backup. So I understand full, incremental and differential backups very well. In the "old days" (including NT Backup in WinXP) my strategy was a full backup each week with differential every day, so I could restore with the full backup and the last differential. Now I've started using True Image and it's got me confused. I did a full backup, then attached differential backups to it (like I did in WinNT Backup). But when I go to Recovery in TI, I can't readily see which is which. All seem to be the same size, all the same date and are distinguished only by volume 1, 2, 3 etc of "multivolume image archive". So if (heaven forbid) I have to recover "for real", what do I do? Should I have created separate, renamed differential backups instead of attaching them to the "parent" full backup?