I've just gotten true image and am trying to figure out the best method to backup my system. After having to completely reinstall my system twice in the past 6 months, I knew there was a better way. After searching through the web I ended up with true image. Basically, I can't seem to figure out the most efficient "method" to keep my files backed up. I have a 80GB hard drive, but right now I only use about 20. I've just scheduled it to do a complete backup every two weeks, alternating between the secure zone and CDRW's (18 to be exact). What I'm wondering is what is the best way to do incremental backups? Ideally I'd like to do it daily to my 750MB ZIP drive (always connected) so that I have it externally in case my hard drive fails. But it appears you can only do incremental backups to the same location as the complete, right? Incrementals to my CDRW would be a pain. Or Should I just do it daily to my secure zone? I'm worried about that in case my hard drive fails and it's been a month since my last CDRW backup. Or should I somehow rig Windows backup or Genie backup to take care of daily backups? I'd appreciate any help for this newbie to the backup world. Thanks.