Hello, I've done a search and read numerous threads on the subject, but can't quite get a feel of what I can and can't do with ATI8. I think I may have purchased the wrong product for what I want to do (by suggestion from someone else), although for making images it will still be handy I'm sure. What I'm trying to accomplish is this. I have a 3 PC network. 2 WinXP boxes and a SuSE 9.3 Pro Linux box. They are all connected via my home network / SAMBA, and I have 2 x 250GB Seagate Barracude drives in RAID 1 format on the Linux box (using Linux Raid). I have this drive mapped on my primary XP box. I have total access to it for browsing, read, write, execute, etc. No problems. On this primary XP box, I have a "D" drive called 'Archives'. What I would like to do is copy all the files on the 'Archives' drive (no OS, just files ranging from back of apps to multimedia to personal files) to my Linux box drive, which serves as a personal FTP Server. I was hoping ATI8 would allow me to make incremental backups over the network onto the Linux box so I basically have a mirror image of 'Archives' on my RAID mirror setup. So, I don't want to make an 'image' per se, I just want to make copies (clone) my Archives drive over to the Linux box. I've got a feeling ATI8 will not handle this, but I'm hoping someone can confirm my fears or explain how this may be done... Thank you in advance for any help/advice.