Just registered and need some options/opinions. I have an old SBS2003 standard server at my church with only two 250GB drives mirrored (RAID1). However, when it was first created, the primary partition (C was only to have 20GB, now, with all the updates/Service Packs, it only has about 1GB free. With only 2GB RAM, and only 1GB free space, I really don't feel comfortable trying to migrate to a new server using any technique. So, here's my idea.: 1. Break the mirror on the server. 2. Make an image of the primary drive, leave both drives out just in case of catastrophic failure. 3. Put the larger imaged drive into the server and restart (I know that the shadow copy will not work, found out the hard way). 4. Boot up and follow the migration guide from Microsoft. How does that all sound? Is it possible, or should I just break the mirror (fail safe in case I really screwed up!) and then run the migration? Help!