I'm wondering whether the new TrueImage 11 has improved the performance of full disk imaging to dvd, over what TrueImage 10 had. I'm a long time Norton GHOST user. For years I've used the dos based program to do full disk images of my C: partition. But I have had a few problems over the years with it not working properly with new hardware, etc. And the newer versions of Norton Ghost aren't worth the tax you pay, let alone the full price plus tax. Some months ago, a friend bought TrueImage 10 but was disatisfied with it, so he gave it to me. When I tried to do the direct to dvd image of my C: drive, the performance was less than spectacular. I can't remember the actual results, but it was more than an hour to do a few megs. It would have taken weeks to do a backup of my C: drive. (And no, I'm not exagerating... Do the math!) I could have done it fasster with 1.4m floppy disks. I was wondering if TrueImage 11 has improved on that. I don't know if it was some bug, or just incredibly poor programming by Acronis. (My friend said he had heard other reports like that, so I suspect the later.) I could really use a disk backup program, and my choices are Acronis or Paragon's product. To be honest, I've heard better things about Acrnois, but if it can't run at a reasonable speed, then it wont be an option. Anybody know whether this has been fixed in TrueImage 11?