I'm getting a new PC in a week or so and it'll come with Windows Vista (Home Premium)..... the OEM version. On my Windows XP PC I use ATI to create a hard disk clone as a kind of backup. When the PC's hard disk failed it was quick and easy to put the clone in. I was up and running and in minutes - no waiting to get a new disk delivered. I've also used the cloning routine to upgrade to a bigger hard disk. Windows XP has been quite happy with this. But I've read in several places that Vista is going to be a lot more fussy. I hear that it'll be quite tolerant of processor upgrades and even motherboard upgrades. But I hear that it won't tolerate hard disk changes without requiring re-activation. I'll be moving on to ATI 10 when my new computer arrives. So..... does ATI 10 manage to do hard disk clones that Vista is happy with? Or will I need to rethink my strategy?