I am doing a "Files and Folders" backup (i.e., NOT an image backup). I want to backup the "My Documents" folder, but I do NOT want to include two folders within My Documents, the My Pictures and the My Music folders. In the "Source Files Selection" dialog, I select "My Documents" and then unselect these two folders. According to all the posts in this forum about this subject, this should work (i.e., I am NOT trying to exclude the folders using the filters page in the wizard). However, the resulting backup contains ALL files in My Documents. I have searched both the Acronis Knowledgebase and also this forum. There are threads about excluding from image backups (which cannot be done, of course) but this is NOT an image backup. There are threads about excluding using another dialog, but those threads instruct the user to use the "Source Files Selection" dialog, which is what I am doing. I have tried backing up by selecting "My Documents" and also by selecting the actual drive and folder where My Documents resides. True Image fails in both cases. I am using True Image 9.0, Build 3854. This sure feels like a bug to me, but it is such a fundamental flaw that I cannot imagine the product being usable if this problem was there for everyone. Edit: I just found that if I don't select My Documents, but instead select every folder within My Documents, and then unselect just the two folders that I don't want, the thing works. Therefore, I think perhaps there is a bug that is specific to My Documents where, once it is selected, you get all of it, no matter what folders within My Documents you unselect. Further Edit: Actually, once you select a folder, you will always get everything in that folder, regardless of whether you unselect folders contained in that folder. Can this really be true? What good is that?