I've been using ISR for only a few days now, and I'm impressed. There was some confusing on my side, because this jewel of sofware strikes me now more as a virtual partition manager, where all 'partitions' reside on c: Eliminating the problems of path references in the registry, very smart! The advantage of the 'virtual partitions' is the elimination of slack diskspace, as opposed to a a couple system partitions each of which is only filled 50% and a separate data partition. The archive function is excellent too. At first the copy procedure takes a lot of time, the opposite of 'immediate', which seems discouraging. Especially when you are used to the quick imaging of Farstone or Acronis. But updates are done reasonably fast. I understand from the forum that there is a lot of fuzz around data anchoring (Which should be renamed to 'local share' or something). But the ISR sofware handles the share with grace. The user is the one that causes problems. It requires organization and non-beginner registry maintenance. Maybe this is an area for improvement. Anyway, I just wanted to share my thoughts, and I want to compliment Todd Lear for developing this excellent concept!