since the anyboot image has a partition table, you can create a partition on the free space using drivesetup. Then you can add whatever you want there. This way you can even update the system without touching your user partition.Hi, I just made an USB stick with R1A2 on it and tried this at work. The PC (a HP thingy so pretty common I guess) I use there now boots HAIKU like a charm. The image could have been a little bigger, there is now over 3GB unused space on my USB-stick ;-) (Though writing the image to de stick took longer than my patience). I am reluctant to try anything like using the network let alone internet and I get bored by spinning teapots quickly these days. Would be nice to be able to plug in an extra stick with additional programs and just diskspace to mess around with.