Welcome to the forum. I'll assume for now that your forum nickname means a house full of cats and not a cathouse but either is OK;). Usually (but not always) the director's commentary is just an additional audio stream that you must select, but it can be hard to indetify. For Region1 discs, it is usually a 2nd english audio track, often marked AC3-2, and often at the bottom of the list after the european language tracks. To try it and see if you have the right one chosen, go to Customize mode and select the main movie, click No Menus, click Advanced Title Settings and use the drop down to select only the first two or three chapters for processing (this will process very quickly). Now select a hard disc folder as the target and begin processing. When it finishes, play the short section you just produced with WinDVD, VLC or some other player and see if both the main and commentary audio are available choices during playback. For movies (like Crank) that have different commentary schemes you will have to experiment or just put the movie with commentary on another disc. If you want a movie of the first type I described to have only the commentary track, you can do this by identifying the audio stream with the commentary (as described above), then in Customize, when you click No Menus, a little green triangle will appear. This denotes the default audio track that the player will use without any intervention or button pushing on the remote. If the triangle is not displayed next to the audio track you want, just single click in the area where it should go and it should jump there. You can still include the standard audio track, it just won't be the default.