Hey there folks. Quick question here. I am down to my last DVD and I need to burn a movie using iDVD. This is for a teacher, and while I'm confident the iDVD projects will work on any standard DVD player, as well as Mac OSX, I'm not sure about Windows. My question is, has anyone tried to use a iDVD burned disk on a Windows box. I imagine him sitting down to look at my work and not being able to run it on the PC on his desk. Not good. I could run somewhere to use Toast 6, but the simple iDVD burn would be better for this today. I burned a data DVD earlier to give to him with a high quality Quicktime movie, but of course the DVD doesn't read on Windows. Why is this? I have no trouble burning on Windows at work and bringing it home, but CD's and data burned DVD's from my Mac just don't work on Windows. I typically half to go to a friends house and use Toast if I want to burn a PC/Mac CD. Why is this? Thanks in advanced guys!!!!