Hi - I have been an avid fan of anydvd and clonedvd where I know what I'm doing. I'm new to the world of BluRay having upgraded my home theater equipment, and I'm begging for help. I am NOT interested in copying to discs, I am interested in watching movies (sometimes over and over!) on my home theater PC, usually Kodi via OpenElec, though my new NAS will natively support Plex and I may go in that direction. I believe the typical bluray is about 50gb, and i read about BR25. Again, since I'm not going back to disc, and as I get older my eyesite is getting worse anyway, I figure nice 1080p will suit me just fine, thank you very much. If anyone cares, my projector is the sony vpl-45es which is HD, but not 4k. (IF i later go to 4k, i'd have to post this again i suppose!). I like menus, I like English audio only, and I don't want coming attractions. Is there a "sweet spot" setting of quality versus size? I THINK my DVDs automagically go down to about 4.7gb anyway, which I think is about 50% compression. I'd love to have bluray files about 5gb but that might be a pipe dream, or might lose too much fidelity. I do want decent sound to go along. If there's a suggested bit rate or compression setting i'd be appreciative, i didn't spot it anywhere. I only got CloneBD yesterday, and I am trying to learn my way - but when i need 100gb free on my hd for processing, etc. the "stakes" are much higher than "mere" dvds. my in-wall hdmi cable (about 12 years old) MIGHT be able to handle full 3d, or it may handle interlaced. If i want to view some 3d (on the fence) i'd also ask if there's any special processing or suggestions. lastly, i wouldn't intend to save as isos unless that is a good way to go - at least with my DVDs they've all been in a file structure on the NAS. Thanks for any help!!!!