AnyDVD doesn't seem (but perhaps missed the option, so correct me if I'm wrong) to be able to brute force CSS. i.e. if I make an ISO of a DVD and mount it, anydvd just sees it as a non css encrypted disc. The main way I have around it is that old school dvd decrypter can brute force decrypt to iso without mucking with any of the other protections (and then can run it through anydvd to remove those). it be nice if AnyDVD itself could brute force the CSS when used with an image. The downside of brute forcing (at least my experience with dvd decrypter) is that not all VOBs can be decrypted. if they are too small then dvd decrypter says there aren't enough blocks to brute force the key. With that said, its never been a problem for me in practice. thoughts?