I just had a raid stripe drive go bad, and when I tried to restore to the single drive left, the newer version of ATI would not read the VIA raid controller or the disk. This is broken from the previous version, which worked fine in this regard. This made restoration more difficult than it should have been, although the regular image restore was not available due to another problem described just below. I am using an Abit AV8 MB with the VIA K8T800pro chipset. The RAID set was a pair of WD Raptor 74s. Also, the backup will complete, albeit slowly, if there are unreadable or bad sectors, but will not properly restore. This is unacceptable. I suggest the following behavior: If there are unreadabe sectors, preoviding an ignore option is just stupid and useless, since that data will never be recovered from the image. You should warn the user of this, that the image will be corrupted, and offer the option to backup all recoverable data in an alternate fashion. Still a broken option, but better for most users IMO than what happens now. Now, I was able to get back all the important stuff, but only because I have another computer with an SATA interface, and because I am a tech. The average user using this product would be lost IMO. Now ATI has saved me a few times before, and for that I am grateful, but this broken functionality must be fixed, because otherwise this product is useless to me. Thank you in advance.