Thanks for the interest Wiz! that is one of the things I was wondering about. Been to busy to even setup some Multisystem USB's.
Heck, I'm so busy that my SDHC card on a card reader remains the same until the next Linux Mint release, with computers that'll boot from either a SSD in an eSATA enclosure, no need for USB multiboot OS's. Plus eSATA also handles TRIM just like a SATA port would, on a USB 3.0/2.0 port, has to be manually ran (if SSD is used). HDD users has the best opportunity of everyone, especially with 1TiB performance models selling on promo for $65, and add a USB 3.0 aluminum/metal case (plastic holds too much heat) for $10 or less on eBay.
With GPT partitioning (if one has a UEFI based computer), the sky is the limit, and even if MBR, as long as all partitions are Logical other than three. More speed & more reliability than messing with multiboot USB sticks, many of which will get hot if used too long, even some pricey brands. Plus more speed also, while reads are fast on the nice models, writes are still in the gutter on many controllers, some of which can be blamed on the OEM of the USB stick.
Plus can be carried in any large pocket, travel bag or notebook backpack w/out adding excessive weight, maybe a pound (if heavy drive & case). I once messed around with having 3-4 Linux distros installed that way, and still (somewhere around here) have a small capacity LInux Mint 17 drive that came out of a scrap computer, the $8 USB 3.0 case was all I has to purchase.
The multiboot deal was just too much for me to keep up with while assisting others (on the Forum & in person), and have some 'me' time, which is often spent reading tech articles, learning along the way.
I did rename an ISO once for someone else, the person downloaded LInux Mint & somehow (your guess is as good as mine as to why) became a file with the extension that videos has. While I don't know what was done, the ISO was lost, and I looked all over her computer for it, and where the pics/videos are, there it was. Renamed to the default Linux Mint file, and all was good to go, ready to create a DVD. That's what she wanted rather than a USB stick, so that's what she received.
Edited by cat1092, 22 January 2017 - 05:17 AM.