Okay, so I like EAC and the accuracy of the rips using the read offsets. However, I want to rip all RAW data plus subchannel data from an audio cd (Is there anything else on an audio cd besides raw and subchannel because I want 100%?). Alcohol allows this type of ripping to a raw image. I would then burn the image raw. However, Alcohol doesn't take into account read offsets or write offsets. Is there someway to apply the read offsets/write offsets of a CD/Dvd drive to other software besides EAC? Maybe you could edit the CD Drive in the registry so it always reads and writes using offsets. One other thing! Are read/write offsets only applied to audio cds or are they necessary for other media as well (game cds, dvds, and data media)?