i often read how good shrink 3.2 is.i've used it for nearly 3 years now-mainly for editing bits of footage from within chapters of main movie,and i think it is a simple yet excellent bit of software i wouldn't wanna be without. i just bought the UK PAL version of grease. i did a back up with clonedvd2 and the disc burned right up to the outer edge of the disc (i only backed up the main movie). i did the same thing with shrink but did a deep analysis of the disc first.once it had done the deep analysis,i did a re-author and it created the necessary dvd files in a video ts folder. when i burned the shrink 3.2 files using clonedvd2 write exisiting data option,the disc burned up to about a half inch of the outer edge. anyway,i viewed both discs and i can honestly say i couldn't tell the difference between clonedvd2 and shrink copies of the grease film.so it seems to me doing a deep analysis is a bit of a waste of time?? or did i do something wrong.the grease film took about 45 mins for a deep analysis.