Continuous Clocking Mode Calibration with HETG and X-Ray Binaries One of the outstanding issues with the performance of the Chandra CCDs is the calbration of the continuous clocking (cc) mode. High resolution X-ray spectra of bright X-ray sources are now commonly performed using the ACIS cc-mode in order to avoid spectral degradation because of photon pile-up. While ths clearly is a favorable mode to allow the detection of discrete emission and absorption features in the spectra, the calibration to allow a consistent analysis of the spectral continua needs to be addressed. We demonstrate our current capability to perform such observations and showcase current problem areas. Gain drift s due to CTI seem to be quite similar to what has been observed in TE mode. The Si K edge in the current effective area calculation seems fundamentally flawed and needs to be recalibration. Other problem areas appear to be a systematic difference in spectral slope in MEG and HEG at the soft end and hard end. We highlight how these issues affect the interpretation of X-ray binary spectra.