I am using trial versions of AnyDVD and Clonedvd and my question is really two-part. I think I have the answer to my first question: If you don’t check “preserve menus” when making a copy of the full movie to hard drive, does that mean the menus are gone from that copy? From searching through the forums and reading the guides, I originally thought you only needed to check “preserve menus” when splitting across two single layer discs. I ripped a whole Sopranos disc containing 4 episodes to my hard drive using Clonedvd, but I didn’t check “preserve menus.” When I used Clonedvd to split the saved “movie” onto 2 single layer discs with 2 episodes on each disc, I couldn’t access any menus on the dvd-r copies even though I had checked “preserve menus” when I prepared to burn the titles from the hard drive. I guess this means that you should always check “preserve menus” when making any copies or they will be lost. Correct? The second question is: What is the quickest/easiest way to make a new copy on the hard drive that contains the menus? I checked “Use CSS Key Archive” when setting up AnyDVD, so I assume this will save a little time in recopying the original disc to the hard drive. Is there any way to add the menus to what I’ve already copied without recopying everything that I copied the first time?