Hello, With the vast knowledge here, I was hoping someone could recommend a better copy or backup solution for Windows 2000. The problem: I have 100+GB of data to backup. I want to copy it from a network volume on my server to a local hard drive on my PC. I just want a simple copy. I don't want the data stored in some proprietary format, zipped, in a single giant file, or some other special idea. Trying to "copy and paste" within Windows is like pulling teeth, and is next to impossible with this much data. Also, I was hoping to find something that would "mirror" or take a "snapshot" of the disk. So if I've deleted/changed files on the primary volume since the last backup, I want them deleted/changed from the backup volume as well. It would also be nice if subsequent backups could be "incremental" and only backup changed/new data. If this were Unix I'd just use rsync and be done with it, but it's not, so I can't. Can anyone recommend a solution for me? I was hoping to find a cheap/free backup solution that can simply copy from a network drive to a local drive with "mirror" or "snapshot" type features. Either that, or a more efficient copy utility that won't say "Preparing to copy" for an hour while eating up all of the CPU time on my dual 2.4Ghz Xeon box. Thank you, -Jeff.