I have been trialing this product for a while and I am very displeased. Here are the bugs: -Acronis Loader is activated, but whenever I try to use it (by pressing f11) "My computer" options do not appear (i.e. Acronis Secure Zone, CDROM, HDD, etc). All I see is just "My Computer" and the mouse is a constant hourglass. -Using Acronis Loader via bootable CD is a different story: everything appears under "My Computer" - however, when I try to select the Acronis zone, I'm getting the continuous hourglass and I can't access the zone. -ok I said, forget the *.tib in the zone - I made a DVD with all my backups. Let's use it. What a joke! Using the same approach-->using the loader via CD, then removing it and inserting the DVD with the backups, I have these problems: the DVD contains an entire image of my system, divided in 3 tibs: the first 2 have a size of 1.8GB, the last about 200 MB. When I click on tib #1 I get this: "this is not an Acronis volume" (I can't reproduce the message exactly); then I click on tib #2: "this is not the last volume"; fair enough, then I click on #3 --> "this is not the last volume". As stated earlier, #3 was the last volume, however Acronis doesn't agree on that; from what I see, Acronis is pretty much useless outside Windows. The problems mentioned earlier disappear if I do the recovery within Windows. -issues with burning the backups on DVD: initially I tried to burn a DVD within Acronis: after a few minutes I'm getting a failure message: DVD quality is poor or something like that. I doubt that was the problem. If burning under ISO format, the files have to be <2GB; UDF format supports >2GB. I believe Acronis is unaware of this, and was trying to burn a large backup without splitting it using the ISO format. -issues with FTP upload: my ftp server can't deal with files larger than 2GB. Again, Acronis is unaware of this and tries to upload large backups (it seems it can't split volumes if uploading to FTP). I would like to mention that all the backups have been validated by Acronis, and the DVD has been verified by Nero. -Acronis does not offer a program/solution capable of accessing corrupted TIB volumes (I had a backup which became corrupted and I was unable to mount it/explore it) Considering that this latest version still has bugs which have not been resolved, I will use a different solution. Too bad, because I really like the program however it's not offering a 100% bulletproof backup security.