Hello folks, just want to give another accolade to FD- ISR although FD ISR is basically a System Recovery and i had left in between for a year or so: just didn't like the idea of a hidden image or a copy of a system and once i felt my system being quite laggy(actually few times) in a small fraction and i guess it was my machine getting used to the service running in the background. I believed in keeping my systemdrive to only one OS, and nothing more or less and that it would cut down my restore time and wouldn't cause any defrag problem. I restored to image made by another freeware and other shareware programes like Image for DOS and Clonezilla. But i still didn't like how my PC responded, may be its just my imagination or do anyone pay really close attention to how your PC behaves, but i would know it wouldn't be the same thing. But by FD, i really only have to switch to another snap and what do you know, crispy and snappy as it was at the beginning of the fresh install of the OS. And if that really messed up , restore the snap by the archieve of the snapshot and boot to it and use it as though it was as prestine in the first fresh install. Its really really good. I mean FD 3.32 not the Rescue version: i really can't believe why it doesn't have any archieve making feature or creating another at least one empty snapshot, good i didn't purchase any of the Rescue version i.e., Lite, Workstation or the Server edition. Folks is their any chance of Todd reviving this old product, it would be great if the new avatar had a feature of creating an archive and an empty snapshot (at least one: no would need 10 empty snapshot really). Then i would really dig my pocket and buy it, i never did like Rescue version thank god, it really is the next best thing after backed bread or whatever i mean FD 3.32. PS: Why why did FD Rescue and ISR die out so quickly: was it the price (expensive) or lack of archieve or snapshot creating feature.