Hey all. First post here, and great forum. I recently purchased a Macbook Pro, and am interested in backing up the DVD's I own, to transport to a weekend home. I also want to put some of them in my iTunes library to watch on an Ipod Touch. I have handbrake/VLC to do the iTunes conversion; I pretty well understand that. I also have RipIt, and understand how to use it. I am confused on what to do after I rip though. Many of the movies I use RipIt for go onto an external. Then, I want to make backup copies of them. I also use RipIt for the movies handbrake won't work with. I need help with a program to burn them. I was going to purchase Toast, Dvd2oneX, or DVDRemaster. I have read quite a few posts on each of them, but some date to times when it does not appear apps like Dvd2oneX or Remaster burned. Basically, I want a program that can fiddle with the RipIt movies (compression, etc), then if I choose it can burn them (and the iTunes movies)as well as some home movies edited with iMovie and stored. I know iDVD works with iMovie, but I need an image to burn the ripped ones. I'd really like to bypass the image step. The needs are really basic. I have also done the MRoogle, but can't seem to put together a recent comparison that answers my specific question. Basically, an updated comparison on the three. Honestly, it looks like they do the same things to an extent, and each would do what I need. I can also trial all but Toast, so I really need help there. I don't mind paying for simplicity and convenience.