Hello. I was wondering if some of you guys could help out a completely confused person when it comes to 'ripping' my DVD and Blu-Ray collection for playback on my new Apple TV? I've searched the site and read the results but I'm still confused about the process. I'm not sure if it's the confusing technical lingo or the amount of information given but the processes I've read about just make my head hurt. I guess I'm struggling with the fact that getting a movie into iTunes is much more complicated then getting a music CD into iTunes. With music CDs I just insert the disc into the drive and drag the songs to my music folder. iTunes then rips the songs to my preferred quality settings, tags them and adds artwork. Is this sort of simplicity achievable with DVD and Blu-Ray movies? I've come across many different 3rd party apps like Handbrake but then I read that additional apps must be used if the source disk is protected. But then I read about folks just ripping a movie only with Handbrake and no mention of additional apps. Am I missing something here? I would appreciate it if anyone could just explain this to me in layman's terms. I'm not looking to tweak import settings or use the files on multiple devices; I just want to be able to digitally store the movies I own on a network drive and play them back through the Apple TV. Thanks.