I know I have been bit of a nauseating booster for BING since I got it. Stand by everything I've said so far Have back-up removable EIDE drive in USB connected enclosure and have been testing various imaging/copy restores and partition options without problem so far. I have been lurking around following the comments about FDISR and BING. Have shelved Rollback pro-tem. Rollback seemed to be a bit fragile and complex for use with BING and other options at this point. I think that FDISR may well give me another option for an easier recovery in a working environment while keeping BING from floppy as primary back-up. BING is not installed, I am currently using the boot floppy (and IFW from within Windows,) this gives access to all partition work and image/copy functions. The TBIview app has worked well. For starters: Will BING image the FDISR "snapshots/archives"? will BING partition manouvering upset the FDISR system.? Will I be able to boot from floppy with BING if FDISR preboot is enabled? Will Sysinternals defrag (my favourite option for defrag)utility work with FDISR wrt FD_ISR: I am likely to really need only one or two snapshots. Can it make incremental changes to snapshots or do I have to re-do whole image. Is there a place I can get the FDISR manual? Can't seem to see it... Thanks.