About a half year has past since starting to use my Zire 72, which was an upgrade from my previous PDA - a HandEra 330. The HandEra came with a "Backup" program, which I could run to create an image (on the SD or CF removable card) of all the data and program files on the PDA. It would only take a couple of seconds to backup the entire PDA, and if the batteries went dead while on the road, the "restore" function proved enormously valuable. The Zire 72 doesn't come with such a program. When I was researching which new PDA to buy, I read one user review that said: the Zire 72 uses flash memory internally, so even if it's batteries go dead, your data will persist. It seemed believable to me, so I thought I didn't need a "Backup" program. But what I learned during the five day trip I just got back from, teaches something different. I took my PDA with me and not my very heavy laptop, and on the morning of the second day, I awoke to fine my batteries dead. After charging the device, I was prompted to run setup and saw that all my data was gone. So, anyway, here's my question. Is there a program I can use with the Zire 72 that works like the HandEra's "Backup" program, allowing me backup to the SD card and later do a restore if necessary (in the absence of a desktop or laptop computer)? Thanks in advance.