I've already converted 9 of my 10 logical drives to NTFS. For some drives, I was able to copy the files elsewhere, format the drive, and then copy the files back. This results in the most efficient NTFS drive. However, for 5 drives, I had to do the conversion at boot time. I was thinking that there's gotta be a better way. For example, will either of the following work? 1. If Retrospect offers the capability of formatting drives during disaster recovery, I could reformat and restore all drives using Retrospect's disaster recovery CD. 2. If the Symantec Recovery Disk in Ghost 10 offers the capability of formatting drives, I could reformat and restore all FILES (not drives) via Ghost 10. Alternatives?