Hi, I'm one of the unfortunate souls who missed out on FD-ISR Wkstn, but I've cried till I can't cry any more so I'm moving on and looking for the next best thing for my needs. I use Ghost and keep a reasonably up-to-date image but I wanted to be able to test new software, including kinds that require a reboot, then quickly and 100% completely wipe it from PC if I felt like it. I looked at RBRx but rejected it mainly because I don't want to have remember, or take the time, to uninstall it before creating a Ghost image. Also, it seems there have been dependability issues with previous versions and I'm looking for a mature and very dependable solution. And after HDS's strange treatment of FD-ISR, their out-of-date knowledge base (most FD-ISR info is still about Wkstn and not Rescue even though it's not noted "Wkstn" or "Rescue") and their hard to use forum, I am leery of going with either FD-ISR Rescue or RBRx. However, lacking a comparable option so far, and since FD-ISR Rescue apparently still has the core of FD-ISR Wkstn I'm still considering it because it might be a good software, even given HDS's many shortcomings. I've seen ShadowProtect mentioned and it looks similar. I was hoping for your advice and help deciding. Thanks.