Thanks and no, I did not do a system restore because this is not a regular issue. I guess I should state that occasional, in my eyes, is something that happens every once in a while but not at a regular interval such as every week or 2. As previously stated, this is the first time I got a BSOD with this install of Windows. I was getting occasional BSODs before reinstalling windows also, so I'm pretty sure its not specific to this install. This instance happened overnight after the WHS backup completed but before the system was able to fully return to sleep, it may have been while the system was in the process of writing to memory to go back to sleep. I'm willing to bet it ties into drivers, power management and sleep states, just not sure where I can start. My post here was in hopes to get another set of eyes to help figure out what might be the root cause.