What I suggest you ofter as a CloneDVD option is to split long movies that require lots of compression onto two discs. I normally wouldn't do this. But when movies are super long (e.g. over about 2 hrs 15min) and show up as getting deep into orange or even red quality levels, I'd like to be able to have the option to copy uncompressed onto two discs. Yeah I know I could buy dual layer blank discs but so far the two small packs I've tried on my year old Sony DVD recorder that supposedly supports dual layer copying haven't worked and they're also WAY more than twice as expensive. Since it's a rare thing, I'd far rather just be able to copy to two regular one sided DVD blanks when I need to. The break should be at the last chapter break before compression is necessary. (The move maker has created chapter breaks as supposedly "natural" break points, so why not use that?) This would be a MAJOR increase in functionality, but I suspect not so hard to do, software wise. We're about half way through watching a real oldie, well before our time, El Cid, as copied onto a DVD blank, mostly because it has a young Sophia Loren (late 20's) plus is otherwise pretty decent in the grand epics of the day style. We're watching on an excellent 42" LCD HDTV with a progressive scan DVD player. The quality of this one stinks. REALLY blurry. Why? It's real obvious. It's over three hours long (and as well is super widescreen, which causes radical letterboxing even on a wide HDTV screen). So here's an example where the thing is borderline unwatchable w/out this option. I've had many other less extreme, but clearly noticeable cases come up.