When I built "The Trump" I used Windows Storage Spaces to create a mirrored data drive.
On the Storage Spaces I used Microsoft's Resilient File System (ReFS). The 2 TB drives I used had 4096 byte hardware sectors.
While I still believe that this was a solid technical decision it has caused me difficulties in backing up my data drive.
My "go to" backup solution Drive SnapShot didn't support 4096 byte sectors and couldn't give me a date for adding that support.
This sent me on a quest for alternatives.
For AOMEI Backupper Standard:
In summary I didn't find ANY personal backup (read that "free") tools that supported 4096 byte sectors and ReFS.
The best I could find was Macrium Reflect Free.
It supports 4096 byte sectors but treats the ReFS like a fully used GPT volume. With Reflect's compression and differential backups this has been acceptable.
I'm looking forward to the personal backup tools stepping up to these new technologies.