Hi, I just thought I would post some experiences of Winclone 4.4 after having purchased it for a specific task. I wanted to migrate my Bootcamp Windows 8.1 partition onto an external hard drive. I am aware that Bootcamp does not offer or support this procedure natively. However... Winclone promises the ability to do this. In fact they have a tutorial in their support section specifically titled 'Migrate Windows 8 to an External Drive using Winclone'. (Source: https://twocanoes.zendesk.com/hc/en-us/articles/203443727-Migrate-Windows-8-to-an-External-Drive-using-Winclone). So I purchased Winclone excited that this could make the process nice and easy. How wrong I was. After executing the relevant process in Winclone it appeared to freeze at the last stage 'Saving MBR'. So I contacted their support team and I couldn't believe the response so just had to share it with you here. If a company is going to treat it's customers with such contempt and in my opinion lie about the abilities of their product they do not deserve your custom. After describing my problem and doing some simple fault finding this is how it went down:- Them: It appears as though the external drive is going to sleep after Winclone mounts, and then un-mounts the drive, which is interrupting the restore process. Unfortunately this is most likely due to the external drive going to sleep after being first unmounted. This is a common problem with USB 3 HDD's. Me: If it’s a common problem as you surmise then perhaps you should not say on this page [link to the page above] that you support USB drives? Them: That page actually doesn't say we support migrating to an external drive with Winclone. I'm dumbfounded that they would dare suggest such a thing! My point:- 1. It's on their support pages. 2. It's a tutorial. 3. The tutorial is specifically titled what Winclone support says Winclone doesn't do. 4. The page specifically lists USB drives as being compatible with the process. 5. There is no warning that there might be a problem with USB drives, even when Winclone support claims it's a common issue. 6. The page does not warn this is an unsupported process. All I can say about Winclone is 'DON'T BUY IT'.