I am using a trial version of the server right now in anticipation of purchasing for my company. I ran a test on my local workstation. I imaged the system drive. I then burned a recovery disc (not a bootable image) and booted. I wanted to image the machine back over the same drive just to verify it worked. What I don't understand is I lose my mouse when booting. Is this by design or is it due to my setup? i've got a logitech laser 5000 keyboard/mouse combow (bluetooth). I don't lose KB access so I'm not sure which is which. I SEE the cursor, just can't use it. I tabbed through to do the restore and it's not THAT big a deal, but for management I would sure like to use the mouse. On to the results. I've owned Ghost for many years. Long before Symantec bought them. I recently built a new system and it's an AMD X2. I am using XP 64. Norton does not support it. Actually as a sidebar, they also do not support Anti-virus on a 64 bit machine which to me is amazing. So the last Norton I had was 9.x (10 is out now). Based on my testing there are substantially large feature increases with Acronis. I'm very impressed. It also backs up faster than I thought. When I image my machine there is 11GB used on the drive when my apps are installed. it took 4 minutes to backup and 11 to restore. That's impressive. Anyway if someone knows why I can't use the mouse I'd appreciate it. Thanks and thanks for a great product.