I'm using HDM11, and I generally love it, but there are some issues that I would be willing to upgrade for. If anyone can tell me whether the issues with Truecrypt drives are resolved in HDM12 or 13 (assuming 13 will be out shortly) I would appreciate it. The problem is that almost all of my partitions on my biggest, fastest drives are encrypted, and HDM11 refuses to use them as a target for backups, or as a source for backups, unless I either do them file by file (which is very slow), or as an entire drive sector by sector (which copies a bunch of free space and makes the backup files twice as large as they should be -- which in my case means several hundred GB larger than they should be). Luckily, the one exception is that it will back up the encrypted system drive as if it were unencrypted, i.e the partition is 100GB, but only about 20GB are used, and so my backup file is only about 12GB --- which shows that it should be just as easy to do the other drives. Because HDM won't let me create a backup file on a Truecrypt drive, I have to attach a slower and smaller external drive to make the backup, and then copy the backup from the external drive to the Truecrypt drive, and then delete the original from the archive database, and then add the copy to the archive database. Only then can I mount it, or see it in the list of backups. I can't understand why HDM can do something as complex as mounting an encrypted, compressed archive so that I can browse it like a normal drive, and yet it can't do something as simple as just writing it to a Truecrypt drive in the first place. Truecrypt is completely transparent to every other program, so what's the deal? The only thing I can think of is they want the Windows version and the Rescue version to work the same (and obviously you can't write to a Truecrypt disk if you boot up from a linux CD or whatever), but it seems kind of dumb to not take advantage of running under Windows. Any updates on the status of this greatly appreciated.