I've heard that: 1. True Image does not record DVDs. Is that so and, if so, when will True Image be able to record DVDs? Related question would be :Can True Image restore files from DVDs? 2. The created disaster recovery CD is a Linux OS. Howcan one create a disaster recovery CD that corresponds to an installed OS, e.g., Windows 2000 or Windows XP? 3. Accoring to Page 18 of the True Image manual. "When Acronis Startup Recovery Manager is activated it overwrites the Master Boot Record (MBR) with its own boot code. If you have any third party boot managers installed, then you will have to reactivate them after activating the Startup Recovery Manager. For Linux loaders (e.g. LiLo and GRUB) you might consider installing them to a Linux root (or boot) partition boot record instead of MBR before activating Acronis Startup Recovery Manager." How can one prevent the MBR from being overwritten? It makes no sense for a backup program to overwrite the native OS' MBR After posting the above, I noticed the wish-list thread anf began to peruse that thread, which raised the following questions: 4. Does True Image support SATA drives? 5. The wish-list has a a number of postings that indicate that a bootable CD is not created by True Image. Yet the True Image manual states that bootable CDs can be created. Which is correct? I would suggest that the wish-list be cleaned up to eliminate obsolete posts.