Hi all... Any insight on this would be greatly appreciated. I've got to be doing something wrong (but c'mon, really how can you screw it up?) because this is the second time ClockworkMod (v.188.8.131.52 on my Nexus S) has let me down. First time on my Desire Z, this time on brand new hardware my Nexus S. When creating the backup, ClockworkMod tells me that the backup was created successfully, but halfway through the restore of said backup (after full data wipe, cache wipe, dalvik wipe) the restore process stops and I'm back at the bootloader with no confirmation of success or failure. Then, when I reboot the system, I'm greeted with the Android setup wizard and a half-restored system. Two of my last backups that were 'successfully created' fail to restore in the exact same manner. It's frustrating because the MD5's check out OK using AFV. When I do an advanced restore, the Boot restores OK, the system restores OK, but it's during the data restore it stops. Why is this happening? I've got 6+GB space free on my storage, space isn't an issue when creating the backup. If it matters, I'm trying to restore CM 7 backups after fidling around with another ROM this morning. This is really disheartening... Any suggestions?