The title may be a bit confusing. Here's my situation. I got a refurb rMBP two weeks ago. During the initial setup, it asked if I wanted to enable FileVault. I did, and let it go about it's merry way. Today, I noticed that FileVault was using significant battery power. When I checked the preferences, I noticed that it still hadn't completed the initial backup, and said that it would continue when the unit was plugged in. The system has been plugged in for almost a solid week. FileVault seems to have failed. I tried resetting the PRAM and SMC. No dice. Finally, I decided to restore from my Time Machine backup. During the procedure, I chose my backup, asked it to unlock the FileVault protected disk, and entered my password. The installer screeched to a halt and said there was a problem with the encrypted disk, to restart, and attempt the backup again. Now, my Macintosh HD has NO partitions on it, and I can't create one with Disk Utility. All partition options related to the main SSD are grayed out. I cannot select the disk as a destination. And, ultimately, I'm starting to panic a bit. What should I do to restore my system's SSD hard drive to something that I can restore to?