I have been recommending True Image Home to friends based on Work experience. Based on the Home version specs and what my friend already had. He has a 300 GB internal C drive and has a 300 GB external USB drive. It's not full, but it's over 50%... so 2 full backups exceed the 300 GB limit of his external drive. So we set his backup limit to 1, but True Image doesn't delete the first (and only) backup before doing the next backup. So part way through it fails. And since it's automated, it wastes a few hours and then fails, filling the log file and of course keeping the first backup the whole time and never making a new backup. I am just about to look into a pre command to delete all .tib files from the backup location before it does a full backup. But seems True Image should be smart enough to do this when you have the backup limit set to 1. Or at least an option should be there for deleting the old backup before or after the scheduled backup. I am fully aware that if the backup fails for other reasons and has deleted the successful backup, that there is then NO backups. But that is an acceptable risk and can be dealt with as it happens, if it happens. So am I right and there is nothing I can do except for the pre command method I have already talked about? This is Version 10, another friend just got version 11, but they have enough space right now for this not to happen just yet.