Murphy’s Law says “If it can go wrong, it will.” All engineers know this. It applies to new software as well. In the past when Microsoft came out with a new OS I always waited at least 6 months to buy it to let the kinks get worked out. This goes for backup software as well. Both are very similar as bugs in either one can potentially do a lot of damage to data. That said, I am glad a lot of people are trying TI9 this will get the bugs out faster. Once working well TI9 has a lot of new features and I will upgrade. I did try a TI9 trial and experienced a lot of the problems everybody is talking about so I went back to TI8. The real shame is new customers that bought the backup program after TI8 was yanked. They are stuck. At least upgraders are able to go back to TI8 as I did. Apparently the newest build still has problems. I am sure they did beta testing, but the question is how large is the beta sample. Also I have a feeling the newer builds are not being beta tested, they are coming out too fast.