Dear folks, I know most of the users might use AnyDVD for creating backups of their AudioCD and DVD-Video collection, some of them like me are also backing up BluRay-Movies, but I am also having some expensive DVD-Audio in my collection. DVD-Audio is a HD variant of AudioCD that supports crystal-clear sound of your favorite band in 6 channels at up to 24 bit resolution and 96 kHz Samplingrate; in stereo mode even up to 192 kHz. Unlike DVD-Video, it just contains the sounds. But ripping is kind of complicated, since this media type is protected with CPPM (harder than CSS), and if you get the container format opened (.AOB instead of .VOB), you cannot easily save it to multichannel .WAV :bang: (unless you want to use a bunch of commandline programs and degrade original quality).. What do you think? Wouldn't be DVD-Audio support a great addition to HD line (BDMV, HD DVD)?