I back everything each of you has said. DVD2ONE's a damned fine program, and a true rarity in the software world: It's not a rip off!
Yes, I'm aware of all the similiar programs out there. And I've even used several of them... But I also remember the days of spending three days on a single DVD, and still -- after all that time -- not really being satisfied with the results. The only time I was ever happy with the final quality (back in my CCE or TMPGenc days) was when I was doing a movie-only copy. Well, now I don't HAVE to wait three days to do all that, folks! After an average of fifteen minutes, I'm home free.
Since I also do plenty of work as a videographer, I've found that authoring DVDs for clients is a lot easier now with DVD2ONE. If I overshoot the final size of the DVD, then all I have to do is whizz it through DVD2ONE and I'm done. In the instances I've had to use this approach, NEVER have my customers complained about the quality. (I still have to encode the material beforehand -- and that takes plenty of time -- but at least I don't have to REencode if the files come out too large.)
So, as always, Rene and Ewin are the cat's meow. Thank you, guys, for putting out such an easy-to-use and effective solution for those of us who have no desire to become programers ourselves in order to protect our DVD investments.