(If this is better in the Audio forum, moderators, feel free to move it; it's not exactly about music production, so I thought here would be better.) I'm looking to archive all my old audio CDs as exact disc images which I can mount and rerip with iTunes when needed. Disk Utility in Snow Leopard won't create images of Audio CDs. Roxio Toast can rip bin/cue images, but they can't seem to be mounted easily, and Toast is much slower to rip them than I expected. It also has its own proprietary image format, but that's not a good long-term archive solution. Disco is abandonware and hasn't been updated for Snow Leopard. Any suggestions?