I don't know if you'd necessarily call this a bug. It's probably more likely related to how Panasonic DVD video recorders create their discs. There's something I've noticed with these discs and AnyDVD for a while now. Whenever AnyDVD is resident and you insert a disc created by a Panasonic DVD video recorder, AnyDVD detects structural copy protection that doesn't exist on these discs. Images and rips AnyDVD makes of these discs playback fine, but AnyDVD does say it detects nonexistent structural copy protection. Just thought I'd pass this along. As I said, it's nothing fatal as the rips/images AnyDVD makes of these discs are fine even with the false positives detected for structural copy protection. These are false positives because I've got some Panasonic DVD video recorder discs going back to 2002 that do this, and I don't think that structural copy protection existed back then. Thanks!