First, sorry if this question is too much of a repeat of previous questions on the same topic. I've browsed the forum, and many are asking similar things, but I seem to be having a quality issue. I'm converting my DVD collection to view on TV2. Using MacTheRipper or OSEX to rip, and then Handbrake to convert the video folder (if output is frm MactheRipper) or VOB files (output from OSEX). Using AppleTV 2 preset in Handbrake, with no tweaks. Problem: I'm noticing a significant loss of picture quality in the M4V files that Handbrake creates using this preset vs. viewing the actual DVD on my big screen TV. Major bummer here, as I've already converted well over 100 movies, and this will mean major re-doing. From what I've read here, the best thing to tweak for a fix is the RF, which is at 20 for the TV2 preset. So, how far should I tweak it? 18? 16? Is there some other setting I should adjust? Picture quality is of primary importance to me here. I don't mind getting additional hard drives as I need them. Thanks.