Pretty simple: I want to take a handful of screenshots of some Blu-ray discs to do side-by-side comparisons with DVD caps from the same films. I have a PS3 to actually watch the movies, I just want some quick uncompressed screencaps, so I don't need to transcode, I don't need smooth playback, I don't even care about sound. (Heck, I'm pretty sure it's even 100% legal under the "review" clause of copyright law.) Based on suggestions in the "Blu-ray to AppleTV" thread I can get it working by using a Windows app to extract an unprotected m2ts file from the BD, then use VLC to take some caps of that, but this seems like massive overkill for a couple of screenshots, and has the additional problem that VLC seems to break up on sections of video with a very high bitrate. So... is there an easier way to do this? I don't mind using Windows (at this point, I realize I don't have a choice), and I'm even willing to pay for software, though obviously the cheaper the better. Suggestions?