I've already asked something similar to this a while ago, but I thought I may try and rephrase my questions and what I am looking for. Anyway... I am planning to take on a personal Blu-ray project (that takes on as close to the look and feel of an actual, physical, Blu-ray release you'd pick-up from the store as possible) and I have a few questions... First, a little backstory. I have been an Mac user since 2008 and I have really only preferred editing and making DVD's with iMovie and sending it to iDVD to create the finishing touches such as title menus, scene selection, etc. I loved how iDVD was simple to use and would give somewhat of a professional touch to the menus with the ability to add music and pictures/video clips to the main menus, scene selection, sub-categories such as bonus material/deleted scenes, etc. Basically, I am looking for something almost exactly like this but current, more powerful, software and for not only the DVD format... but for Blu-ray disc, obviously! As far as I've seen, the closest thing to iDVD that I've researched (except primarily for Blu-ray creation) was the "Leawo Blu-ray Creator" software which has both a Mac and PC version. However, I hear there are drawbacks to it that would bother me such as not being able to make proper scene selections in my movie by just placing markers in the timeline like in iDVD, pixelation of photos that are placed into menus, not the greatest burn quality, etc. I just want to know what the most slick, PROFESSIONAL LOOKING Blu-ray creation software option would be. However, most importantly, I am looking for the operation of the software to be as EASY and SIMPLE as it was when I used iDVD to create my video projects. Should I buy a new Mac or PC for this kinda stuff? I enjoy using Mac and like I said, have used one since 2008... however, that would require me buying an external Blu-ray drive to burn and play the discs, whereas most PC's already come with one built in. Or so I've noticed, anyway... Anyone got anything? Thank you.