TI 9.0 Build 3,677 XP Pro Can anyone tell me if this is a strong or weak strategy, and where it may be prone to failure? 1) Image daily each of our 5 PCs (all NTFS, some with SP1 and some SP2) onto its own duplicate internal hard drive. 2) Periodically copy the internal drive image onto an external USB hard drive (Western Digital Passport 60GB 5400rpm, preformatted FAT32 from what I understand) and verify the copy. 3) Periodically copy the external USB drive image back onto the internal drive of one of the complementary PCs and verify the copy. 3) Expect to restore using the image that's on each PC's duplicate drive first, but if fails, be able to restore using the image that's on the external USB, but if also fails, still be able to restore using the image that's on a complementary PC. I'm not sure how well the Acronis rescue disc will accept each of these different images. Would it be more successful with one over another, or perhaps with one of these images copied over to DVD? Thanks for your input and advice!