I have a lifetime license for AnyDVD HD -- latest: 220.127.116.11. I have tried experimenting but I have questions not addressed by the FAQ. Answers will help me further evaluate some continuing problems I am exeriencing. Q1.1: Are BD ISOs made with AnyDVD HD unprotected? Q1.2: Will a BD ISO made with AnyDVD HD play without AnyDVD HD installed? Q1.3: Will the BD ISO mount and play in Linux? Q1.4: If I burn the BD ISO to a BD-ROM, will it play in Linux and in my home theater? Q1.5: AnyDVD HD doesn't actually remove region coding, does it? Q2.1: Does "CloneBD lets you copy any unprotected Blu-ray to your hard drive ..." include BD ISOs made with AnyDVD HD? Q2.2: If "CloneBD will also convert your Blu-ray discs to all popular file formats, such as .mp4, .mkv, ...", is the result a pile of loose files? Q2.3: Can I have an example of that file (those files) and how to then play them? Q2.4: Does the result have the menus that the BD had? Q2.5: Does "CloneBD supports all regions (A,B,C)" mean that the resulting files cannot be played if I uninstall CloneBD or play the video in a system without CloneBD installed? (This question may seem like a non sequitur, but it isn't because, from prior questions, I've concluded that AnyDVD HD doesn't actually remove BD region coding but, instead, performs some sort of trick, and I assume that CloneBD performs the same trick.) I'm intentionally not mentioning the continuing problems I'm experiencing because I don't want to distract any ensuing discussion away from my simple questions. Warm Regards, Mark. PS: As of today, I have nearly 1000 ISOs.