I am just starting an evaluation of True Image and am looking for an answer to a very simple, basic question. I can't find the answer, probably because it is so simple, everyone else already knows the answer to this one! I see there are two main options for backup: Image and Files. Can I combine these so I have just one backup disk with everything on it? That is, I would like to do: 1 - a full Image backup (Clone, Sector by Sector, Partition, or whatever that is called) to a second HDD. (To get a bootable backup system disk) 2 - Then on a daily basis, add changed files (Incremental?) to the cloned disk. (Faster than doing a full Image every day) That would give me a bootable system disk with all my data maintained up to date by the daily file backups. I realise the daily file backups might not be written to the same sectors as the original and that would result in the backup disk no longer being a true sector by sector image of the original, but that doesn't matter if I can still boot the backup and run with all my data intact. So far all I can see are two separate options - EITHER a cloned disk OR a backup of selected files to a separate disk. Can I use True Image to maintain just one genuine, up to date backup copy of my system?