Thank you for all your help. I finally was able to accomplish this.
I used Casper 8.0. It worked well. Casper cloned both drives and operating systems (windows 7 and xp) onto the external USB drive. Once the main drive partitions/operating system were cloned, I was able to clone the second drive partitions/os into a separate set of partitions. Resizing of the partitions was done with EaseUS. Set the appropriate partitions to active. Did comparison on partitions/files etc. All ran perfectly. Just took a bit of time.
Note:The Casper software allows for cloning the partition into an unallocated space which is contrary to the other cloning software. So, in cloning the partitions, it was not necessary to set any partitions first.
I thought others might like to know that Casper is capable of accomplishing this task. I don't understand quite why the other major cloning software won't do the same. All the others I tried showed errors of sector mismatch, even though the allocations/sectors on the two partitions matched perfectly. Even trying to clone drives, still showed sector mismatch errors. It obviously has to do with the Raid 0. I hope this is helpful to others. Thank you.