Hey guys: We are working on a new method of video distribution at Cowboys Media. I am interested in your thoughts. We are working on putting together multiple zip files of ISO images. An ISO is a perfect duplication of the original content from a DVD. The image can be burned to a disk without any degradation of the video. Similar to copying an original with your PC. Only the content can be distributed via Cowboys Media. Whenever video is ripped from a DVD and converted to another format such as .avi or .wmv, the image quality is reduced as a result of compression. What is required to benefit from this approach is that you have the proper software and know how. If you understand how to unzip files with compression software, have a DVD authoring program that burns ISO files, and a DVD drive that can copy multi-layered disks, then you are in business. The next consideration is downloading large files. Since the files are 6 GB+ in size, the ISO file is zipped into 6+ parts each part being 1 GB in size. So downloading multiple files of this size would require a fast inter-net speed and a reasonable amount of effort. So my question to you is; "Is this something that would interest you, or are you content with lower grade versions in an .avi format?"