Raid 0 Drive Configuration - Works Great! After reading the many posts on the challenges of restoring Raid 0 partitions I was hesitant to give it a try. I had purchased the retail version of TI 8.0 but didn't want to break the seal without some hope it would work as expected. I called the company yesterday and left a message with the receptionist to speak with a technition, but my call was never returned. So I decided to try the 15 day trial version first, discovering that it's fully functional. Basically, my configuration is an AMD-53 FX processor, wth 1 Gig of Ram, and 2 Raptor Drives, 74 Gig each configured in RAID 0. The model according to the system specs is Promise 2+0 Stripe/Raid 0 SCSI Disc devise. I also have a 160 Gig Maxtor Drive which I use for my data storage only. The trial version worked perfectly both from windows and using the emergency boot CD which I created immedately after the trial installation. There were no issues at all - and the logical drives created without a hitch to allow me to see individual files in the images. To be honest, I was quite surprised that everything went so smoothly after reading other posts on RAID configurations. At this point, I feel confident that the product will work as expected, and if I ever mess up my system (which we all do from time to time), I'll have a trusted method to get things back and running. I use the RAID 0 drives only for my OS and program installations, and data on the Maxtor Drive (D: Drive). I should be getting an external Seagate drive with firewire/USB 2 and will store images on this device. I'll post again soon to let you know if it's recognized during a boot recovery and if the images restored properly. By the way, I did not install the retail version after the trial, but registered the product and installed the lastest build for TI 8.0 from their website. In all fairness to Acronis - one of their sales representatives did call me back today. The rep was both professional and knowledgeable, when answering my questions.