I just installed Arconis, and I noticed something so utterly baffling that I just had to come here and post about it. It stands to reason that when one is installing True Image or Disk Director, one may already be experiencing disk troubles. It follows that one might go through extra precautions when installing a new program. For instance, rather than installing it on one's regular Windows partition, one might prefer to write the 200+ MB Arconis installation to another drive. But no! No matter what install directory you choose during the Arconis installation, even if it's on a completely separate drive, Arconis will cheerily try to dump the hefty majority of its data into Program Files\Common Files\Arconis ! There's really no particular reason why these files have to go into that specific directory, now is there? Yes, it's not the only program that stores stuff in Common Files, but most of the other ones on my system at least have a minimal footprint in that area, and like I said, when you're having disk problems, it's the last time you want a program to start doing something unexpected.