I just downloaded and installed Acronis True Image Enterprise Server 8 Build 1124. I then created bootable rescue media and attempted to create an image from a 6 GB partition. In the past, when I have created images with True Image Enterprise Server, the image sizes in high compression have always estimated the size of the actual image to be approximately 1/2 of the original size of the partition. However, after using the newest build of True Image Enterprise Server, build 1124, even after setting the compression level to High, the estimated image size was expected to be around 10.95 GB! Now, instead of 1/2 the size of the actual partiton, the image size was expected to be nearly 2x the size of the actual partition!! What happened in this build?? What is the point of taking an image that is double the size of the actual used space on the partition? I would just as soon use Ghost or some other partitioning utility if the newer releases make the image sizes larger!!