I've been using FD-ISR for about a year now (saved my butt numerous of times). I have 2 backup "snapshots"....one that is updated every other day and the second that is updated weekly. I have never considered using an ARCHIVE snapshot until now. What is the best way to go about this? From what I understand, it's recommended to store "archive" snapshots on a separate drive in case of hard drive failure. I have an external hard drive that I would like to store my archive snapshot in....bur I'm not sure how to get started and what's the best/recommended way to approach it. -how many archive snapshots should I create (is 1 enough?) -is it recommended to update them as you update programs/files/folders/etc (or should a NEW archive be created each time?) -what's the general way to restore an archive snapshot on a NEW systen hard drive (install Window OS, then FD-ISR software, then copy archive from ext. drive to system drive, then boot to archive snapshot?) Any tips, suggestions, insight regarding this feature is greatly appreciated. Thanks.