So is Super Duper not recommended even though they’ve updated to include Catalina support? If they aren’t, what’s another method as I’ve read that Time Machine backups may not work as well for complete replacement of the drive? I was about to purchase it, but if anyone has bad experiences with it, please let me know before I do?
Info from Super Duper:
v3.3.1 now available!
The latest version of SuperDuper! is faster, better, fully compatible with macOS Catalina (10.15) - in fact, it's compatible with macOS 10.10 and later, has Smart Wake, Smart Delete, Notification Center support, additional control capabilities, and improves many aspects of the user experience. Of course, it still includes great features like snapshot support, APFS recovery volume support, Backup on Connect, Eject after Copy, Sparse Bundle support, lets you store a bootable backup alongside Time Machine backups, copy Time Machine backups to other drives, and run scheduled copies on demand. As with every update, we've polished and improved many other aspects as well. (A full list can be found by selecting Help > Revision History.)