I'm trying to find a compelling reason to upgrade from TI 9 Home  to TI 10, and I can't. Maybe I'm missing something? Here are the new features, as described in the User Guide, Section 1.2: Backup locations – set up local or network backup storage locations with automatic archives management. I was among those clamoring for a way to maintain a rotating archive of backups. I should be happy with this 'new' feature - but I taught myself how to do it with a pre-execution batch file. The only advantage for me with "backup locations" is that backup files can be named with their creation dates, whereas my backup files are called backup_1, backup_2, etc. However, with one click I can find out their creation dates. Backup policies – schedule tasks that will back up all data, data changes against the previous backup or data changes against the initial backup (i.e. perform full, incremental or differential backup) in a desired order. Is this a new feature? Can't this already be done in v9? Direct backup to FTP servers. This will be of value - when/if I start backing up to an FTP server. Windows applications backup – save a copy of your application settings. Microsoft Outlook and Outlook Express backup – back up messages, user accounts and settings. I do this on my own. And this won't help me if I switch to Firefox and Thunderbird. Data categories – back up categories of files: documents, finance, images, music, video. You can add any number of custom categories containing any files and folders. This is a feature? If that kind of categorization were important to me, I would setup my folder structure in that way and do a regular backup. Besides, v9 backs up folders. Explore archives – easily search and recover particular files in archives just as in Windows Explorer. Do the same in v9 by mounting the archive. One-click backup – launch the backup wizard by right-clicking on a disk, file or folder icon and selecting Backup in the context menu. The program will automatically mark the selected item for backup. A new way to launch the backup wizard. Okay... Acronis Secure Zone password protection – restrict unauthorized access to data in your Acronis Secure Zone backups and F11 boot. I don't understand...the contents of the Secure Zone are invisible unless you're in True Image. And if someone can get into True Image they can see everything. E-mail notifications and alerts confirm backup tasks and results. OK, here's something new. Is it a reason to upgrade? The only reason I can see to upgrade - one that isn't mentioned as a new feature in Section 1.2 - is that v10 is compatible with Vista. If you plan to use TI with Vista, you want to get v10. Myself, I won't be using Vista until the early adopters have dealt with the initial bugs, so I'm good with XP for another 6 months, at least. BTW, do we know for a fact that v9 is not compatible with Vista? To those who have already upgraded...is there something valuable that I'm missing? Bug fixes, perhaps? Is the program more stable in some way?