I'm replacing my PC with an Intel iMac in order to "dual boot" (using Boot Camp) between Windows XP Pro and Mac OS X "Leopard". I also plan to run Parallels 3.0 (which can now actually use the actual NTFS partition as it's "virtual" Windows XP installation) so I can have the best of both worlds; native Windows XP and virtualized Windows XP when needed under Mac OS X. This iMac configuration will have two partitions on the drive; one NTFS for Windows XP Pro and one HFS for Mac OS X. Since TrueImage Home is a low-level disk utility, my concern is how it will react to finding a HFS partition on the drive. Will it simply ignore it and move on (HOPEFULLY!) or will it roll over and die? I have seen some mention on other forums that it dies (without mention of which version of TrueImage was being used). While having TrueImage Home be able to actually backup the HFS partition would be fantastic, I doubt that's coming any time soon. I just want to make sure I can continue to run TrueImage Home when the iMac is booted as Windows XP (the norm for me) to backup my NTFS partition. I've been a die-hard Acronis user for 4+ years; it has saved my backside NUMEROUS times. I don't know what I would do for backup if TrueImage Home won't be able to simply ignore this HFS partition. Anyone have any experience with such a configuration? What is Acronis' "official" stand on "unsupported" partition types?