I have almost completed converting my DVD collection into MPEGs and added them to my iTunes library. I have the TV, and it is my goal to have my entire movie library available to me from my TV. So it makes sense that I use the AppleTV preset on HandBrake, which gives me full-resolution video and reasonable file-size. But I also have an iPhone, and would like to be able to grab a movie now and again when I am away from home. The AppleTV preset will not sync with the iPhone because it uses 2500bps, which is too high for the iPhone. So I guess I have two options, and I am wondering if anyone else is doing anything similar: Option 1) Re-encode my entire collection using the iPod High Quality setting, wihch seems to be a decent compromise. It will still look good on my HDTV, and it will sync with the iPhone. On the other hand, it is not taking advantage of the full-resolution that the DVD has for display on the HDTV, and it is a much larger file than it needs to be for playback on the iPhone. Option 2) Encode a second version for the iPhone. This can be a smaller size, and smaller bitrate also. The downside to this is that I will have two entries in my iTunes library for each movie, which is a pain to navigate from the TV. I could use two separate libraries in iTunes, but I am not sure how this would affect which library the TV sees, and which would be available for streaming. So I put it out to you. Does anyone out there do anything similar? Who out there has the TV and an iPod or iPhone? Any suggestions?