I have been using Acronis TI11 for the past year and love this software. It keeps impressing me. I recently bought an Asus P5Q-E and use two Seagate 320 GB drives in Raid 0 (boot disk). The P5Q-E has two available ways for setting up Raid. One method is to use the ICH10R, the other way is to use Asus Drive Xpert, which is the one I have been using. Drive Xpert consists of 2 specially colored (orange) SATA ports that are controlled by an on-board Silicon Image SteelVine SiI5723 processor. Drives hooked up to these ports can be configured for Raid 0, Raid 1, or as additional normal SATA ports. The nice thing about the SI controller is that no drivers are necessary to load while installing any OS. After enabling the desired mode in the bios, the array will simply shows up as a single drive, in my case, Vista x64 recognized the raid easily. I plan to move to a single boot drive (WD 640GB) configuration instead of Raid and decided to try restoring my latest raid image to one of the drives from the array until I receive the 640. Not only did it work, but it worked flawlessly with not a single issue. I broke the raid by unplugging one of the drives from the Drive Xpert ports and plugged it into one of the standard SATA ports. Next, I booted from the recovery CD, configured the drive for boot/NTFS in Acronis, and then recovered the image to that drive. All I had to do after that was set the drive as the boot drive in the bios. I am really happy to report not a single problem with doing that. Vista booted on the single drive as normal. I am not sure if using this method from ICH10R would be as easy, but the switch from drive Xpert couldn't be easier. Acronis has saved my bacon many times and the support is awesome. Thanks again guys!