I'm a new user of Acronis True Image 8.0. I've noticed more than one wish list post that mentions SATA support or RAID 0 support. Before I purchased True Image I specifically asked Acronis technical support if it worked with SATA RAID 0 arrays. Here is the e-mail response I received on June 1, 2004: "Hello, Thank you for taking time to contact us and for your interest in Acronis True Image 7.0. Yes, our software supports Serial ATA RAID 0 array. To be sure that it works in a right way with your hardware please try a trial version of Acronis True Image7.0: www.acronis.com/download/trueimage Please visit our online store to purchase Acronis True Image7.0: www.acronis.com/sales/online" Now I have since used True Image 8.0 to create disk images of two separate SATA RAID 0 arrays. These images were sent to an external firewire hard drive. The creation seemed to be successful and I can explore these images just fine. Now I haven't actually tried to restore these images, but I'm counting on the fact that this would work. Do people in these forums know something that I don't know (and that apparently technical support doesn't know?) As an aside, I originally tried making the images using USB 2.0 connections on both computers, but this failed. Both images started to be created, but then after awhile, both computers would spontaneously reboot. This happened twice on the first computer, once on the second computer, then I switched to the firewire connections.