Hi. Just been looking at the new version of TrueCrypt. In order to use WDE, the first cylinder of the boot drive contains the TrueCrypt Boot Loader - which obviously will impact upon plausible deniability, since it will be obvious that the drive is encrypted. However, the Rescue Disk also contains the Boot Loader, in case the original becomes corrupt. Any reason why the boot drive also has to have the Boot Loader? i.e. could the system partition just be encrypted as a typical volume, then the Boot Loader run from the rescue disk? That way the plausible deniability (impossible to prove that the drive is encrypted) would be preserved? Sorry if the answer to this is obvious...and thanks for any replies.