Alright, so I was cloning a pretty large amount of games from my drive to a friend's drive so I left it running for a little while. When I came back, Windows was reporting C: Drive was running out of space. Turns out the program was making up temp files of the games I wanted to copy, and I had to interrupt the cloning process since WBFS Manager couldn't create anymore. Now, I've gone from 70 GB of free space down to 6 GB, and there doesn't seem to be any trace of the WBFS Manager's files anywhere to get rid of. In so far, a System Restore hasn't solved my problem, so I was wondering if you guys had any ideas.