Finally purchased Anydvd and CloneDVD/CD, and so started backing up my DVDs and getting them on my network drives so they can be played easier. While doing this, CloneDVD refused to process a couple of my DVD's because of read errors. I DL'd Nero CD Speed, ran it, and verified that in one case there were two groups of 3 yellow dots, signifying "damaged sectors". Fortunately, I tried another, slower DVD reader, and the DVD was processed successfully. But it got me to thinking . . . If I had only the one DVD device, and gotten read errors, would I have preferred to have NO backup, or a backup that was less than perfect? Personally I'd prefer some kind of option that allows backing up such a "damaged DVD" to disk, and/or to DVD, despite the errors. Especially if the number of errors identified is small. Is this not possible? Not desirable for some reason? What am I missing?