Hi, I own True image 10 and am considering upgrading to TI 2009. However, so far I have found no answer on my (one should think, quite simple) question: "Can I use TI to backup/restore a system image without destroying the disk offset/alignment in the process?" Here's the usage case: I have a RAID 0 volume using SSDs with two partitions: 1) System partition, offset to 1024 KB 2) Program partition BACKGROUND: The 1024k offset is the default offset for Vista and Win7. Win 2000 and XP used an older, 31.5k offset that is known to cause misalignment (http://support.microsoft.com/kb/929491).The correct offset is important as it ensures proper alignment with track boundaries in any RAID or SSD scenario. Without a correct offset/alignment, disk performance will degrade in any scenario that involves either striped RAID and/or any SSDs (RAIDed or not). With True Image 10, I was not able to restore my partition without detroying the offset/alignment, as True Image always reset the partition to the outdated 2000/XP-style, misaligned 63 sector (31.5 KB) offset. I have tried both the main program as well as the rescue medium. I also tried restoring after re-creating the partition manually and aligned correctly using diskpart. I have also tried some tricks I found on some SSD forums, all without success. Is there something I am missing here (likely), or did Acronis drop the ball here and is not properly usable in any SSD / striped RAID scenario (which I somehow can't belive is true) ? Thanks for your help !