I recently ripped a DVD with the Apple TV setting in Handbrake. I sent it to the Atv and checked it against the actual DVD. I am using a Pioneer BDP-51FD DVD player>HDMI>Pioneer 5080. Screen settings for player and Appletv are identical. The Handbrake rip looked a tad soft compared to the DVD. subtitles were a hair fuzzy on Apple tv and super sharp off the DVD. But the color was much worse. Compared to the DVD- which looked very bright and well saturated- The Apple tv looks very dull- no pop. I suppose if I only watched the AppleTV version- it would pass as OK- but when you switch over to the upscaled DVD it's a world of difference. My HDMI output on the Atv was set to AUTO. I tried changing it- but it did nothing. Is there a a setting in Atv I should know about? Or better yet- what is the best setting for Handbrake? I am ripping with a Apple TV pre-set. I checked the 64bit MP4. I also check Detelecine and set Deinterlace to Fast. Is there anything else I can do? Or is the best Handbrake can do? If so- as much as I like the idea of running all my movies from a single HD- I would much rather watch quality and I guess I need to keep my DVD's.