Many of us use the AppleTV Preset in Handbrake to rip DVD content for viewing on our AppleTVs. While the value of this preset is amazing in its ability to keep everything simple and unconfusing... I (and many others) are wondering if there are any good suggestions for improving our image quality on standard DVD rips. If there are any Handbrake gurus out there... could you please run through some of the basics including adding double-pass, increasing the kbps, etc. as well as any more advanced things that might be useful. One specific question I have... what is the maximum kbps AppleTV can handle? How many kbps do most DVDs use? I'd assume that there is no benefit to setting Handbrake at 5000 kbps if the DVD source only has 3000 to begin with? Any clarification on this, would be most helpful! Thanks so much, guys! Also, everyone, since we're in the AppleTV forum, lets keep the conversation focused on ripping content for that only. No talk of iPod compatibility or iPhone compatibility. Lets just not go there.