I'm just setting up True Image Home 2009 and thought I would try Secure Zone (after noting that I have no memory card readers anymore). The machine is fast, with a quad-core processor and a two internal disks. With the Secure Zone on the spare disk, setting up and editing scheduled tasks is sloooww and very flaky whenever there is a need to access the secure zone. The backups themselves were slow as well. After the Secure Zone was removed, all disk activity is as snappy as it should be. Given that I can boot from CD if needed and Secure Zone doesn't seem to work all that well, why does anybody use it? What am I missing?