I just wanted to give a quick shout out to R-Drive Image 4.7 (http://www.drive-image.com/)...it saved my bacon over the last fews days. Doing some side work for a guy running Citrix XENServer (think a baby VMWare...HAHA). Had a server array problem that left a lot of disk corruption in its wake...many of the VM's on the server were therefore acting up (slow disk access mostly...with disk scans showing many bad clusters). I wasn't able to migrate or export them to different servers via the Citrix console, so I had to resort to taking offline images of the VM's, then restoring them to new "empty" VM's on another server. Not the ideal way to do it, but the only choice in this matter given the optimal solutions failed. I tried the few imagers I had handy...IFW/IFL and Paragon, both of which failed to even boot up within the VM's (surprised IFL didn't boot, as that's my go-to imager that never let me down). Finally, I tried R-Drive which not only booted fine, but had zero isues with it...it saw the virtual drives, loaded the virtual NICs and off I went! The boot CD was slow in taking the image (I find this to be true in general with their boot CD), but it went flawlessly and allowed me to safely restore these VM's on different servers before the server's drives went bad.