Hi guys Sorry for the boring topic, but i need some help backing stuff up. I have a studio with a Mac Pro with 4 internal HD's and an external, and am looking for some advice on how to backup 3 folders. Here are my relevant drives: - System Drive 1TB (only using a small amount of space on this, soon to be replaced by SSD. Contains a folder on desktop with latest compositions) - Audio Drive 1TB (Contains all recordings and compositions) - Time Machine Drive 1TB (backs up most of the two above, lots of spare space) - External FW800 500GB drive used to back up 3 specific 'important' folders I use Time Machine to back up all of my System Drive and Audio Drive, except for things which i have on DVD (like large sample libraries), and that works fine. I'm trying to get extra security by backing up 3 important folders on the FW800 Drive. 2 of these folders are on the Audio Drive, and 1 is on the System Drive (the folder on my Desktop). I want to have some sort of incremental back up of these three folders. I've been using Carbon Copy Cloner to copy these 3 folders across to the FW800 drive, but i've been having annoying issues with it - e.g. suddenly after a CCC software update it started archiving all incremental backups, wasting tonnes of space. I made a custom profile so that it doesn't do that, and all of a sudden, it seems to be deleting the stuff off my main drive after copying across. I'm confused and annoyed by the software. I'm pretty sure i'm doing everything correctly. I just want to clone these 3 folders so that i can keep the FW800 drive in a different location, in case the place floods/burns/is burgled. It could be user error, but i find CCC far more complicated than i need it to be. I just want to be able to open the app and it automatically and incrementally copy these 3 folders to the FW800 drive. I want it to be the same as manually dragging/dropping the 3 folders on the FW800 drive (which is what i'm currently doing), but only moving modified files and new folders. I do NOT want it to delete what's on my main working drives. Is there a 'nice' way to do this, or shall i continue to manually drag and drop at the end of the day? That currently seems to be the most straightforward way. Thanks, and sorry for waffling.