Hey guys, Long time reader, first time poster here. I'm writing because recently (after a total of over a year ) I have discovered that I can place video files onto a USB stick, plug them into my TV, and then watch them. I've been told it's relatively simple to do it with an external hard drive too which is great - it will mean that I'll have 320GB at my fingertips to watch on the bigger screen and with the surround sound. Exciting! The only thing is, I just finished watching a small amount of "Easy A", which I converted to an MKV file in Handbrake (so that my TV could read it). It had no skipping, freezing, or sound issues - but I did notice the quality had diminished quite significantly - it was rather pixelated. I'm posting in the hope that someone else has used HandBrake for similar purposes and could advise me to the best settings for great quality (file size isn't really an issue) to watch on a larger screen. While I like HandBrake and it's easy, familiar interface if anyone feels there is a better program to suit my needs, please don't hesitate to let me know about it. Thanks in advance!