Well I tried it and it works fine, thanks for bringing it to my attention. It's not as user-friendly as Acronis True Image, but for computers without a Western Digital or Seagate hard drive, it's a good alternative. The Linux rescue CD works well with NTFS partition, so you don't have to go the complicated road and put a plugin into a BartPE iso. Plus, unlike Acronis TI, you don't have to reboot the computer following the installation.
You get a free Acronis True Image with both Seagate drives and Western Digital. Seagate calls it DiskWizard. Western Digital calls it True Image, WD Edition. You can't use them in a system deprived of a Seagate or Western Digital drive, like a lot of laptops are. But you can use Macrilium Reflect on any computer, whatever's the hard drive.