Does anyone know of a utility for copying a CD, preserving all the sub-codes. In the PC world, this is sometimes called a bitwise copy. More specifically, I have several karaoke CDs (CD+G format). These are audio CDs (or multi-session discs containing an audio session). Graphics data is stores in the subcodes. If I try to copy one of these discs with Toast 6, I get an audio CD without the graphics. Disk Utility hangs getting info from these discs, so I can't try using it to make a copy. I am using a drive capable of reading and writing CD+G discs (a Plextor PX-716A), and I have confirmed (using the iStar player program) that it does read them correctly. So, does anyone know of a utility that will work? Will upgrading to Toast 7 change anything? Perhaps a different program? A UNIX-level script? Or will I have to make my backups on a PC?