I have some things I want to keep very safe. It is not pornography (i.e. kiddie porn), nor is it illegally downloaded media files. Imagine if I had caught a local official doing something in public that was extremely bad, and I wanted to release the pictures anonymously to our local paper and did not want the police to seize my computer and prove it was me. This is not the situation, but it is the type of stuff I want to keep extremely safe. Anyway, this is what I have done: 1) Created a truecrypt volume inside my file vaulted documents folder. 2) There is a password and three keyfiles. 3) The password is a 60 count password coming from an extremely long text document filled with random numbers, symbols, and letters of both cases. The file is almost 1 MB in size and I know exactly where to copy from. (Not in the top 1/5 or the bottom 1/5 nor close to the middle). 4) The first keyfile is an MP3 file. I made the file by recording me shaking toothpicks in a jar in front of the microphone so that it is a unique file. It is kept in another 500MB truecrypt volume without any keyfiles but a similar password from the same document above. 5) The second keyfile is a another unique MP3 file of my dog barking. It is kept in a folder that is protected using Espionage 2 (as a 256bit SparseImage). 6) The third keyfile is a plain MS Word document from my Documents folder. This file has not been touched in years. Ok, what have I done wrong and what do I need to do to fix it. Any help would be much appreciated. Sorry for writing a book!