I am wondering if BiBM would be something suitable for me. As I understand it, it allows for booting into multiple OSes via multiple partitions. I can do this already with EasyBCD. BiBM allows for other partition activities, creating, wiping, resizing, etc. These can be done with other applications too, but the integration won't be there. Imaging, which is part of BiBM can be done with IFL/IFW. So there's nothing new there either. I boot from three partitions, Win10, Redhat Enterprise, and Mint 17. Do I need a third party bootloader? There was one line in the BiBM description that piqued my interested. Does that mean that any potential boot error can be corrected? If so, that can replace Macrium's PE option. (I also have a license for that). Is it worth it adding BiBM to my toolkit of Terabyte products? Or am I mostly covered by IFL/IFW? Thoughts?