I normally rip ISOs of my HD movies, rather than using the AnyDVD HD copy function (which results in discrete files, rather than the ISO). This has worked for all my Blu-Ray and HD-DVDs, providing AnyDVD is enabled at the time of the rip. I recently noticed that when ripping the BABEL HD-DVD to an ISO file, the resulting movie doesn't present me with a "play" menu. This renders the ISO file unplayable. If I copy the disk using the AnyDVD copy function, the play menu is available using the PowerDVD "play file" function, but is a huge hassle for me to integrate into my movie management software (it likes dealing with ISO files). Is this a known bug ? From various experiments, the discrepancy appears to be introduced at the time of the original rip, with AnyDVD is enabled. All subsequent actions on the ISO, including a subsequent "copy file" in AnyDVD, results in the same damaged menu. FWIW, this is the first HD movie I've personally encountered where the ISO rip is damaged with AnyDVD. I would appreciate any insight the community could offer on how to get a working BABEL ISO file. Thanks!