Well it was last week at this time that my computer failed to boot....Toasted power supply, CPU, Motherboard. I backup my business files every other day, and have the original RAW files and 98% (lost about six images). I really want to have a mirror drive, but just haven't done it yet. So, after reinstalling all of the software, I'm now "back online". Found an interesting thing about Photoshop. I have upgrade online for the last three upgrades, and I lost my original PS7 disk. I was able to use the serial number from CS2 to reinstall CS3-kept me from having to call Adobe and go through the process of explaining why I need to reinstall. I realize just how much time I have in my images including the website. My machine that failed was just about two years old, and I had put in a much stronger power supply. Won't make the mistake of getting a big box machine again, built one out of custom parts. Nothing special, but a fast dual core with 4 gig's and lots of bandwidth to use it. I use to backup my images before I processed them, I stopped a while ago and backed them up after I reviewed them in Bridge. Back to backing up first, while I only lost 6 images, two of which I can easily re-shoot, it made me realize how important taking the time to back the images before I delete them from the card. Well I survived the crash, have a faster, more powerful computer, and realize just how import it is to have a good backup system and my fireproof storage areas even though my images are just "for me". Perhaps this reminder will help one of you if disaster strikes.