I was an enthusiastic GoBack user since it was created by the WildFile company in 1999. I used it pretty successfully also in its latest v4 by Symantec. Unlike some others who developed big problems with their hard disks while using GB, I never lost any data or had to reformat my partitions. I have to admit that it happened to me that botched uninstallation of GB prevented my system from booting but this was solved by restoring the MBR and the rest was fine. The biggest drawback with GB, however, I saw in its ability to suspend itself due to massive file activity as well as in its long time of disabling, restoring or uninstalling (sometimes not minutes but hours!) with the first one having IMO the least pleasing implications. I hailed Rollback Rx and its clone EAZ-FIX and having read the background of this type of progs was thrilled and keen to dump GB (so far, at least) and test the EAZ-FIX v8. I've been using it for about a week now and my experience (so far, at least) is unequivocally positive. The program is stable, doesn't seem to suck resources (I have 2GB RAM, 400GB SATA HDD partitioned to 60, 140 and 173GB NTFS with the system being on 60, use WinXP Pro SP2, Acer PC with Pentium 4 3GHz processor, nVidia GeForce FX5600 256MB graphics card). Having read, however, testimonials of some users who warn against using Rollback or EAZ-FIX because of their bad experience with them, and keen to determine the circumstances (and versions used) of their failure on their systems, I would welcome more info on the programs' crashes to better determine their reliability and suitability. Anybody able and willing to share his/her/their views on this? (Some user mentioned in summer 2006 that his problem happened during the power outage when uninstalling Rollback Rx and the uninstallation lasted some 10 hours! This was probably an earlier version as my v8 uninstalls in a snap. Could it be that the later versions are more reliable? Anybody with bad experience with version 8 or later?) Please, share your experience.