I would like to rip my growing collection of Blu-Ray movies and concerts to my Mac for easy access, retaining the highest level of picture and audio quality possible. Quality is of number one importance to me, and so I avoid lossy forms of conversion wherever possible. I like to keep my media in their original format. I have ripped my DVD collection using RipIt, which places the .VOB files into a VIDEO_TS folder and then packages this into a .dvdmedia image which is natively playable in the OSX DVD Player app. As far as I am aware, RipIt produces a 100% bit-perfect rip of the original disc. It appears that I am in the minority, as most people seem to use Handbrake to rip and convert their DVDs into a format compatible for playback in iTunes. I am not an expert so please correct me if I am wrong, but using Handbrake to rip/convert involves lossy compression which reduces both the video and audio quality of the original media, which in my circumstances is unacceptable. I'd therefore like to know if there is any software available for the Mac that can rip a Blu-Ray disc without applying lossy compression to the video and audio, like RipIt can for DVDs? PS - I will be viewing the ripped content exclusively on the same computer that I used to rip it, therefore I do not require conversion to formats suitable for streaming to mobile devices or Apple TVs.