@signals - I can blow it up into larger letters, if you like
@troy - as I said before, it has nothing to do with movie only or BOV. It only has to do with PUOps and the fact you have angles. In fact, you may not even need the PUO plugin to fix this. It might work with an IFO PUO. Lemme explain a bit.
PUOs exist on 3 levels - in the navpacks of the VOBs, in the PGCs of the IFOs and a couple in the title map in VIDEO_TS.IFO (we can ignore the latter in this case). Some usually exist in the VOB - at angle blocks or as I said before, in the last chapter to force you to watch the credits (this particularly irks me, since if I am in a cinema, I can get up and walk out - I guess, I can turn the DVD player off, too :)). But I digress. In a multi-angled title, the angle PUO should be set at at least one level.
So, IMO (that should appease signals :)), the very easiest way to do this is to load your DVD in PgcEdit, locate your movie, double click it and click on 3 dots representing PUOs on the top left. Tick angle change and save (this sets the angle PUO in the IFO and is a 10 second process and should be sufficient). Test it and burn.
Turning attention to DVD Fab, perhaps at some stage, fengtao can have an option (or even a default) to kill all VOB PUOs except the angle one? I see no damage whatsoever in having this PUO set in non-angled titles (which are the vast majority) and will ensure the little angle icon never appears in titles with ILVUs.