TIBX format has severe Achilles heel
It is my understanding that a TIBX backup scheme's entire chain of TIBX backup files must be available in their original backup location in order for ANY backup restoration operation to be possible from ANY of the TIBX backups. Therefore, if a single TIBX file becomes damaged (or maybe accidentally deleted) then ALL backups after that backup group become unusable! Is this true?
For example, let's assume a TIBX daily backup scheme where a new full backup occurs after each full+6 incrementals. So, after 12 weeks you would have 12 TIBX backup files. If let's say the 3rd backup file becomes damaged or lost, then you could not restore ANYTHING more recent than the 2nd week! And there isn't any workaround?!?!
This is unlike the previous TIB backup format where backup files can standalone and don't have this IMO very dangerous dependency.
And to make matters worse, it is almost impossible to create new TIB backup schemes using True Image 2020. That is, one is forced to migrate to the TIBX format.