I think I'm going to go ahead and purchase this since it's on sale this weekend, but want to ask a question about how something works. I mainly need it at this time to copy the HDD in one of my PCs to a different, larger HDD. I guess I would copy to the destination drive, install the destination drive as the main drive and boot from it, then run PM again to resize/move the partitions (I don't want them "proportionally" resized; I'd rather specify the sizes more closely). My main question is about how the disk copy is done. It seems to me that you can't make an accurate copy of the boot disk of a running system (XP in this case) because numerous files could be open even after shutting down all foreground applications. Partition managers I've used in the past did their grunt work by rebooting into a standalone system or ran from a bootable CD. How does Partition Manager work? Is there any tutorial available for the exact sequence of operations to go through to accomplish what I'm trying to do?