Been using ATI version 8 for quite a while. Does almost exactly what I need it to do, although I could do without its built-in scheduler. Wanted to get a copy for another machine and found out that ATI 8 (20 MB installer, 20 MB footprint on my HD) has grown into a 100 MB monstrosity called ATI 10. Eighty extra megabytes of bug fixes? Nope. A look at the feature list confirmed that ATI has degenerated into a piece of bloatware just like AOL, Norton, ZoneAlarm, and all those other everything and the kitchen sink suites that I avoid like the plague. No, I don't want "features" like Outlook Backup (I wiped Outlook from my computers years ago), iTunes settings protection, built-in email notification, Snap Restore, etc. And I definitely don't need Norton backup straight out of the Acronis box! Question: can I buy an ATI 8-like bare bones version that just images my drives, and nothing else? Or does the ATI 10 installer let me throw away all the bits and pieces that I don't want?