Due to the problems I've had with OSS I'm looking for an alternative boot manager. Any recommendations? I used Boot Magic happily for years, but it hasn't been adequately updated, so you can still only boot from FAT partitions. So that's out. I tried System Commander yesterday but my USB mouse won't work with it (even with 'USB legacy' set in the BIOS), which makes it a pain to navigate, and I don't like the way it makes hidden partitions appear as having an invalid file format -- that means I can't use an image program to copy such a partition from outside that partition. I've found the following which I might try out -- OSL2000 Boot Manager from osloader.com, BootIt Next Generation from terabyteunlimited.com, and Partition Boot Manager from sadevelopment.com. Anyone have experience with these? I have to say I'm very disappointed with what you get these days in the area of disk utilities. The programs are very expensive, yet buggy, the documentation is often unclear, and the support is ordinary (VCom's site is a mess).