Here is what I would like to do. 1.) Copy my already owned DVD's to iTunes to put on my iPhone and watch during travel. 2.) Get it on the iPhone 3.) Make an extra copy of the DVD in case it gets misplaced or stolen (I'm at college and it's known to happen) I downloaded handbrake and was able to get Knocked up on to iTunes and my iPhone, looks great btw. How would I go about getting that small file onto a DVD with a decent picture? I'm assuming I'd have to resize in order to achieve this, I'm just worried that I'm going to run out of space fast (as the h.264 format was 1.04GB for one movie). I have a new Macbook 2.2 with a 120 GB HD. What would be your course of action. I'm looking forward to backing up all of my movies (about 80 of them) and am thinking about picking up a Time Capsule, which would be able to be used as a wireless HD for this very purpose, correct? Help me out, I'm new to the Mac world and didn't even do this type of thing with my old Windows computers. I just lost 15 or so of my DVD's due to theft and I'd like to have a back-up copy, know what I'm saying? I realize this is a very simple subject, but what would be the best and most time efficient way to do this? Thanks everyone.