I have used RollbackRx for some time and it is great. There are a few small problems, but it has saved my bacon a number of times. I have only recently discovered FD-ISR, and I have just loaded on the beta for a quick demo. My first impression is not terribly favorable, but I see so many good comments about it in this forum that I am wondering if I am missing some crucial point. I am currently doing a Secondary Snapshot, which it tells me will take another 3 hours. This is totally unacceptable - and I will certainly abort that before it finishes (unless it gets faster). What is the use of a snapshot process that takes 3 hours? I can do a TI10 total backup in much less time. If it takes more than a few minutes (let us say, 5-10 minutes), then I would be better off using True Image 10. Rollback does a snapshot in a couple of seconds (literally). It also does a restore in a couple of minutes (with a reboot). TI 10 actually does not take much longer. So - am I missing some great feature here - or is this snapshot time atypical? I thought that the whole point was to be faster than imaging software?