Heh, that's actually not a bad idea, Lee. :-)
What I do is partition my drive with 2 or 3 20 gig partitions at the font, a reasonable swap, then a big home partition
then if i want to try a new version, i install it to one of the 20 gig partitions, mount the home, and install
if i don't like it, the default setup for grub loader is to give you access to the other bootable partition to boot from, so i can just boot from the old one again
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Good ol clonezilla will do what you need and is easy to use. Feel free to message me on gchat if you need help. Also, I will post a howto on using it Tuesday on my site anyways. .. so feel free to look there.