I've purchased this program and it has been excellent. It has worked flawlessly for me to backup and restore images of my c:\system drive However, I began to start using Truecrypt to encrypt my system drive. Example: c:\system drive is now fully encrypted. This also creates a "Truecrypt boot loader" on startup, which asks for a password before it loads Windows XP. Now Truecrypt encryption is great, but it seems to have complicated: the task of backing up my c:\drive's image. Is their a way to seamlessly backup my encrypted system c:\ drive into => an image file, and to restore it? I've tried to backup my c:\before it was encrypted, into => an image file. Then I would use Truecrypt to encrypt my c:\drive. Next I would log into windows, and use Paragon Hard Disk Manager to restore using the image file, and windows would not load up any longer. Is there a correct way to do this? If I backed up my c:\while it is encrypted, and just restored from that image file, would this work? Lastly, I've noticed that when you create a backup image file: that password protection is not encryption level protection. Does the professional version allow you to encrypt your backup image files vs regular password protection?