I know there's a couple of posts here about this but I couldn't find them. I have my comp set up with large applications installed on a separate partition, and only a 10Gig partition for XP system. Most data files are on a different disk as well. After reading here it looks like some people have done away with this when using FDISR. So I thought about growing the XP partition and doing the same. But I'm low on HD space at the moment and this would make the snapshots and archives too big (until I can afford an external HD) to store. However, I'm thinking that leaving the setup as it is for now, wouldn't really hurt. I mean, if corruption occurred on the "Apps" partition, reinstalling the corrupted program will probably fix it. If a corruption occured on the XP partition, then FDISR should fix that. Am I overlooking anything here? Will it create trouble eventually or should I be OK? I should mention that I intend on backing up the "Apps" partition regularly to DVD as well, until I can save for an external HD.