i successfully installed rb & fd-isr on vmware toybox. here's what i did. install rb first, then fd-isr. i tried installing fd first then rb, but couldn't make snapshot in fd. the system boots into rb, then fd. its a bit confusing, i need the right combination of snapshots from the two to see my files. i wonder which is the dominate? i like them both, but fd don't support incremental snapshots. and rb only allows one baseline. i hadn't realy come up with any strategy or best practice yet on using them both in combo. one advantages is the empty snapshot in fd which allows you to create different OS w/o worrying about bootloaders. (can i install linux??) another is the archieve feature in fd. it be really cool if i can backup my rb snapshot with fd archieving. hadn't really testest these two ideas out fully yet. rice.