Sadly, the CloneCD forum doesn't get much traffic but that could also be considered a good thing. Nonetheless, we seldom see updates because none are really needed. I do wish, however, that Blu-ray support for burning were added. It's great that reading support is there but no burning. It's a shame. I seldom have need for CloneCD these days given what I am usually doing and my workflow simply have no need for its use. Just recently, however, I ran into issues making a backup of a disc that I really needed to preserve and nothing I tried was working. The disc was a burned DVD-R of an old TV broadcast and had no protection of any kind but did, unfortunately, have an obvious visible flaw. How was I going to copy this disc successfully? Using AnyDVD alone to copy the disc to the HDD failed with a read error. Using CloneDVD failed with a read error. A competitor's product with their new special sauce for dealing with read errors failed. Other programs failed with read errors. Even RipIt4Me failed! Yeah, I dug deep through my old tools. Then as a last resort and a longshot I decided to give CloneCD a try to create an image so I could salvage the disc. It powered through the copy until it reached the problematic area and slowed to an absolute crawl but it kept chugging away and after quite some time it completed successfully. Not once did a read error message pop up. Just to test things I then mounted the resulting image and copied that with CloneDVD. While CloneDVD did inform me of corruption and possible mastering issues the copy completed and playback works. Anyway, I just wanted to post this because in my case CloneCD was a lifesaver in rescuing an irreplaceable piece of my media collection. NOTE: For the sake of clarify the disc I was copying was a DVD-R authored using third-party software. It was an old TV broadcast recorded live to VHS and then converted to DVD. Said material is impossible to obtain via retail means either on VHS or DVD. This made it even more important for me to be able to copy the disc to create a backup since I don't have current access to the source VHS or files used for the conversion to DVD.