This is tonight on Bits, and likely will be extended. (Or you can ask a special request.)
I loaded it and was quite impressed. I've tried Backup4All, Ascomp Backup Maker, Personal Backup (Rathlev) and some others. This is mildly techie, and strong on things like cloud and remote, and has good support, and does not upgrade for $ frequently. So even with the others, the free or older versions I have (Backup4All) has limitations. Some money should be spent somewhere.
The biggest limitation is that when you here the word "sync" you wonder if it can do standard file-by-file backup in a friendly manner. My sense so far is yes.
I do wonder if it might have a feature I am always wondering about .. placing the soft-coded drive number in at the time of backup.
I did do a quick backup of my active application folders to my WebDav DriveHQ (they give you a utility that seems to finally be working well, Syncovery has one too) and was very pleased with what it told me and stuff like that. I like how it shows you what is going to be done in tree fashion, you can tweak and say no to certain nothings (e.g. log files) and shows you the sizes. Kewl stuff. It seems to want to help you think about what you will have in the right-hand target area.
Here it was so sharp that it offered to change the WebDav drive assignment of DriveHQ to its own WebDav way:
H:\Sycovery Stout Dell Apps
should be specified as
\\0.p.drivehq.com©40960\DavWWWRoot\Sycovery Stout Dell Apps
because mapped drive letters are not always available.
Would you like to accept this change?