I am seriously looking at the AppleTV so my daughter can have all her VeggieTales and Disney/Pixar movies accessible (our 5 DVD changer is not cutting it anymore). Anyways, I dropped by the local Apple Store and couldn't get answers from several of the employees. My questions are -Does the AppleTV have subtitles support in movies and closed captioning for TV shows? (sales reps gave a not so convincing 'uh, I.....think.....it....can') -Does the AppleTV have chapter support in movies? If so, is there a way to directly access a chapter? (sales reps:'I think it has chapters, I'll have to try it out') -Does the AppleTV support VIDEO_TS folders? (sales reps: 'I can't comment on ripping DVDs') If the answer to the first two are 'no' having VIDEO_TS playback would address this as I'd be able to turn on/off subtitles in the DVD menu as well as use the chapter access from there. Plus I'd have access to the bonus features on some of them. I thought I read somewhere, though, that it's not supported, but wanted to double check first. The reason for wanting subtitles is because my wife likes to set the volume of the TV to 19 (as a reference, 30 is barely audible) and I need to turn on subtitles when we watch DVD so I know what the heck is going on. But when she's not there, I like to turn the volume to a normal level and not have the subtitles on the screen. As for the chapter access, my daughter likes to start movies at her favorite parts and on my DVD player, I just punch in the chapter number on the keypad and hit enter. Now I've read people saying the AppleTV is ahead of its time so I'm hoping it can do these things my DVD player can do. Anyone have any pointers?