I got my media center running superb so decided now is the time to do a nice GHOST 2003 image of it and just thought I would share the steps. I was running system and video from 1 250GB SATA drive I now decided to seperate the drives 1) Backup and restore purposes 2) Performance. I copied all my video, music folders and any other files to my USB drive then deleted all the folders contents on my 250gb drive so got the drive down to about 6gb which is what I wanted as I have a few spare 10gb hard drives in case of emergency. I then cloned the HDD direct to DVDR using norton ghost 2003 floppy boot disk. Boot into ghost using your floppy boot disk. Select disk to image then select your DVDR drive as your destination or disk if your planning on cloning direct to disk. It only took up 3.5gb of space using maximum compression ! to restore the image its easy but recomend you follow these steps or you will end up having the system drive as E: or F: which I just find confusing and I don't think media center will like it either Boot into ghost using floppy again. Select disk from image and select your DVDR drive. Restore the image from DVDR to your new drive in my case I have gone for a Maxtor 20gb UDMA133 7200RPM because I had one spare but I dont intend on going above 10gb anyway on the system drive. After you restore the drive shutdown, disconnect all other HDD and DVD or CDROM drives then boot into MCE this then allocates the system drive as C: as we all know the system drive once setup can't be changed. You will then notice that your new hdd is detected by windows and installed you may then shut down and reconnect the other drives and your back in business. To use your old large HDD to record TV you simply goto the TV options within MCE and record then alter the drive from C: to your big drive and adjust the maximum space accordingly. to add My Videos and My Music etc you just goto add folder when your in e.g My Videos and then select the folder you want to add on your new big drive i.e d:\My Videos Then your all set now if my system goes pete tong I just bang in my DVDR and use norton ghost to restore then 30 mins later you have a fully functional system. One thing which I can't seem to correct though is Recorded TV shows up exactly the same as it was when on C: so does MY Music but My Videos and My Pictures when you select these you must then click on the folder to display the contents if anyone knows how to amend this post it you please.