You’re probably right in terms of the value for $129, considering what Casper Secure Drive offers is so unique. BTW, you’re right that the files are accessible in a Bitlocker drive, but when I open Bitlocker management in Windows, there’s an option for Bitlocker to be in a locked (active bitlocker) or unlocked (bitlocker turned off, but the disc is not decrypted). I.e., I’ve got a Bitlocker drive that’s encrypted, but when in Windows I have the option for Bitlocker management to have Bitlocker turned on or off (locked vs unlocked), even though the drive itself remains encrypted. Bottom line, no other software will do a proper clone of an encrypted drive when the Bitlocker management has it in a locked, active state, thereby producing a cloned and encrypted drive. Again, though, I couldn’t test its resizing function because it’s only the trial version. I also didn’t test that it works with PGP encryption (Opal 2.0), although it’s supposed to. I have communicated with the developers, and they are very prompt to respond, so my guess is that any problems will be addressed pretty quickly with this software. Any idea how something this unique is so “under the radar”? I never see it mentioned in reviews.