I have used TrueImage (and still have all of the Rescue Media) for years - versions 6,7,8,9,10,11, and now 12 (a.k.a.2009.) I uninstalled 11, and installed 2009 this day, then I prepared my Rescue CD and Thumb Drive. So far, so good. I then tested the new version's Clone capability (that's the only thing I use!) and it was a disappointment over version 11. 1. Wacom user interface support (Graphire pad and mouse), which was excellent through version 10, and disappeared with version 11, continues to be AWOL! It works until you select the Home Version Program. That is a big bummer, and requires me to quickly install a spare wireless mouse. 2. The biggest disappointment is that the cloning process, compared to version 11 on a specific machine is 10 minutes SLOWER going out, and 5 minutes slower coming in. I explain the routine: Lenovo T60 laptop, with PCMCIA eSATA card and rescue media inserted. eSATA connects to an external drive, same size as the Lenovo's SATA drive - both 7200 RPM, 200 GB. Step 1: Boot to TI2009 Rescue CD, and clone the drive to the external drive. Time with TI2009, 44 minutes. (With TI-11 it is 34 minutes.) Step 2: Remove the T60 main drive and replace it with a like drive. The old drive now is the Reserve Drive, and is put into the T60 travel case. Step 3: Clone the external eSATA drive to the newly inserted SATA drive in the T60. Time with TI2009 is 16 minutes. Time for the same operation with TI-11 is 11 minutes. Perhaps there is better performance in the backup/restore function, but I almost never use it. The Clone function in TI2009 is a disappointment - especially the continuation of the no Wacom/mouse bug that I complained bout in version 11.