Hi. First off, let me say that I'm not interested in Time Machine, as the vast majority of my files are JPGs (about 20,000) and I don't need to have them "versioned" every time I touch them. I can't even imagine how that would work with Lightroom! The rest of the files are your standard Word and PDF files, lots of text files, some mirrors of a couple of web sites (with their configs, etc.) and whatnot. Anyway, I've recently switched to Mac (last week) and I'm a semi-noob. I have a Mac Mini with an external MiniStack drive from OWC that I use as my data disk, and a second external drive that I will use as my backup disk. The MiniStack came with a software bundle that includes Data Backup 3. However, my friends who use Macs all seem to use SuperDuper. I don't know which on I should use. Anybody here have any insight as to which of those three I should use? Reviews online are all mixed. Data Backup 3 would be the easiest because I have it right here (AFAIK, fully licensed) and a video review made it look pretty easy. I'd have to buy a license for SuperDuper. Looking for insight: anybody got any that would help me out? Thanks!