I've seen many of the more experienced TI users here recommending people to use Normal compression when creating images. Is there a reason for that? Is Normal compression more reliable? If I choose higher compression settings, are those compressed images somehow more likely to have problems when I try to restore? In my case, some Normal compression images are just larger than can fit on a CD-R, whereas if I increased compression I could fit the image on a CD-R. I won't do that if it will be less reliable though. If the only difference is the length of time the imaging takes, that's fine.