All done and working
I had a couple of hiccups, but figured it out.
When I imaged the original 7 partitions, the first one was the BIBM one.
I restored the first 4 partitions, then an error popped up saying no more room, threw me for a loop at first, then I figured it must not be using Unlimited Primaries, I was right as then I re-installed BIBM from the boot cd, it asked if I wanted unlimited primaries, said yes and carried on, thankfully it kept all my Boot Menu items intact, which was a pleasant surprise !
Then I completed installing the last 3 partitions, which went okay, then I started checking each OS to make sure they all worked, they didn't
First one was XP, it ran fine, second one was Vista, it didn't start, threw an error and wanted me to use the Windoze repair disk, so I ignored that and went on to the next, Win7 (old install), same error, next was the new Win7 & Ubuntu, they both worked, so I re-installed those 2 bad partitions, and now everything works fine, that was a relief.
Not sure what happened as I thought an image of the BIBM partition would work with the unlimited primaries option, I guess not, now I know to do a fresh install of BIBM in future.
Using BIBM is sure a breeze compared to Acronis, great product
Now I can install other versions of Linux without shuffling space around.