Hi there, At the moment I'm thinking of whether FD-ISR would be good for me, as I've just received a upgrade offer reminder for ATI. Not sure whether I should go for it or whether there are better alternatives (to achieve what I need). OK, at the moment I run two installs of Windows. One for general (including work), and one for music production. These images are backed up using ATI. What I have started to think about is seperating this into several installs. One for general usage, including games (yes I have a few ). One for work (without games and any other distractions). One solid one for music, and another install for music testing. Now it seems to me that FD-ISR would be good because... I could have a freeze for my music production setup. You don't know how good that would be just to have a solid known install that one can rely upon every time. I'd love and extra freeze for my work setup (why oh why is there this limit!!), but a snapshot is good. The other two snapshots are self explanitory I think. But the thing is I'm still a little undecided. $69 is quite a lot of money (or $99 if I plum for the Perfect disk bundle). And I am also looking to buy some other security s/w too . I could pretty much achieve a similar setup with ATI and separate partitions. Yes it is not so immediate, but the principle is there. Plus I'd be able to make sure that the Music System is at the start of the disk (proven to be quite important actually). I could use deep freeze in conjunction with ATI maybe. Oh and I'm not so convinced about the huge partition I'm going to need - looking at my main system right now shows 30GB (granted this isn't need on all, but still! - I like having Half-Life on there, and Battlefield, oh and I'm learning (good) chess with Chessmaster) Oh, and another thing, if I want to share (anchor) say 'My Docs' across snapshots, can I make it available to only certain snapshots? I don't want say my freeze snapshot accessing My Docs, or overwriting it. I just don't know, so am interested in your input - sorry for the disjointed rambling Many thanks, Andy.