I was a longtime user of AnyDVD and CloneDVD for years, using it to rip copies of my kid's legally purchased DVDs to my hard drive and then burn them to recordable DVDs for my autistic daughter, who tends to destroy them often. It has saved us lots of aggravation and expense. Unfortunately circumstances required we switch to a Mac environment, so outside of virtualization software we cannot use AnyDVD anymore. My question is: would you consider making a native version of AnyDVD for the Mac OS? Let me tell you, with the only viable solution being "Mac the Ripper", and it's ludicrous and convoluted super-double-secret-squirrel method of purchase and delivery, the Mac platform is badly in need of a well supported and delivered product like AnyDVD. Seriously, there is a market you are missing out on there. I would have no problem paying over $100 USD for AnyDVD/CloneDVD on the Mac side. I'm sure many others would also love to see that program, as Mac the Ripper requires a master's degree in espionage to get a working copy... and it's no longer free. Please consider developing a Mac version, I am sure it would be very successful.