Found that. Set it to All Tracks. Main screen under remove section still says Remove DTS. So the main screen is incorrect and all audio streams will be ripped?
I have never used my one free bluray rip. Until now that is. Using it on my desktop as I cruise here on my laptop. At least it has a simple check mark for "Keep HD Audio".
I understand the point of stripping unwanted audio tracks. Especially if going to watch the ripped results on a phone, etc. It is just that to me Full means Full. If its on the disk, I choose Full, everything on the disk gets ripped. If the default leaves off the DTS audio, well that simply isn't "Full".