AnyDVD/HD works great at ripping files to HD. I have also been able to use Nero and other programs to create ISO and NRG files with AnyDVD/HD resident. The problem there is that currently I have not been able to find any software that will mount these files. All report a problem with file structure. That said I will stick with the ripping built into AnyDVD/HD. In anticipation of lower prices for burners and media, and, in the absence of a CloneDVD/HD I had hoped to save image files that could be mounted for playing and later burned with Nero or the likes. Since this appears not to be possible at this time we need a program like ImgToolBurn that can at some latter date use these rips to create a disc. In my mind that would be a pretty easy addition to CloneDVD. If the AnyDVD/HD ripping feature were to be added and the procedure automated you would have a full HD release of the product. We have accepted that to compress HD files would detract from the entire purpose of HD-DVD's, and, lower the quality the above approach seems to be the next logical step. Doing so now, would, in all likleyhood, greatly increase the demand for burners and result in much lower prices for drives and media. When Blu-Ray is added to the AnyDVD/HD program I believe there would not even be need for much change in the updated CloneDVD/HD pgm. to accomidate the addition. IMHO this would be great for the consumer due to lower prices and fair use, and, for Slysoft as it would generate lots of sales. How about it James & Company?