I am so excited about the upcoming iTv, and although some think it may only play iTunes movies, I am almost sure that it will be able to play all types of video files, bought and not bought from the Movie Store, as long as its a type of file playable in iTunes. I am ripping almost my entire collection of DVDs to my external HDs, and I just wanted to have your advice on the correct settings before I actually start this long process. First of all, I am using Handbrake, most would agree this would be the most most efficient/best way to do this. Secondly, what type of files should I be making, and what codecs? Honestly, space will not be an issue, as I have 2 500gb HDs, and not nearly enough videos to fill them all up, so if I video takes up 2gigs, so be it. Should I be using h.264 or mp4? I have a pretty nice theater setup so quality is definately a major concern. Time to encode is not because I will basically do one each day, and one each night. I have it set to 320 for audio... Anybody can give like a basic outline of each thing I should have it set to in order to do this process right (I don't want to have to do it over again.) Again, ripping DVDs basically to .avi/m4p (whatever you think is better for the future and iTV).... Thanks alot for your help!