Are you using WIM's? Here is a trick to save network bandwidth and K2000 diskspace. Store the Wim's on Windows servers, Wim files are not restricted to K2000 file system.
I had the server crew create storage space on all the sites and I store my Wims at each site. They created a share on the main storage server at each site named images$ and I have a K2000 domain user that has rights to these shares. I created a subdirectory called imagestore in each share (required).
I used the KBE manipulator to create custom pxe boot environements that map the T: and W: drive to each of my storage spaces. When I capture a sysprepped image I choose the proper boot to map the server I want it to go to.
When staff deploys an image, they pxe boot to the K2000, the machine gets it deployment orders from the k2000 and starts. I remap the W drive as my first preinstall task to the needed storage to access the WIM.
net use w: /delete
net use w: \\server\images$ Password /user:domain\user
(note: I do a /delete prior to mapping, stops failures from the drive letter is in use)
The deployment starts on the K2000 and then it switches over to the storage server to copy the wim portion then switches back to the K2000 for the remainder of it's mid level and post tasks.
All the workload of deploying the image files is placed on the storage servers instead of the K2000. I have had 120 images deploying from a single K2000 this way and I am still able to capture an image even when they are deploying.
I have had to image over a T1 when the microwave link went down. Still managed to use the K2000 to do full classrooms by putting the wim file on a local server.
The server crew can easily backup my wims to commvault also.