I'm kinda sick of only having iTunes purchased videos on my computer or iPod only. Why aren't we allowed to burn these videos to DVD? We can burn iTunes music to CD so what is the difference with video? I'm sick of all this DRM content. Here's a couple of ideas I had for stripping iTMS video DRM. 1. Somehow stream an iTMS video from one networked computer to another and then saving the streamed file as some sort of lossless format and then encoding it onto a DVD. 2. Copy the iTMS video to your iPod, and use a device like EyeTV 250 to capture the playing video as an S-Video source (sort of like importing a VHS tape).... but, with this method, you lose a lot of the fine quality of the iTMS videos. Also, how the heck does Apple get the quality THAT sharp and still be able to play it on the iPod? I've tried using VisualHub to encode a video using the same bitrate as an iTMS video as well as turning on 2-pass and it still comes out looking compressed. Apple certainly has some other encoder that they use that gives the moving objects and the still objects the same fine detail and look. It's close to DVD quality really... I can't figure it out! If anyone has any suggestions about this, that would be great too. Anyone else have ideas for getting iTunes shows/movies onto DVD (being playable on a DVD player of course... I know I can archive the videos on a DVD as data files).