The other day I burnt a copy of one of my favorite DVD’s, Train Spotting. The original was badly scratched and had begun to freeze at different points in the movie. However after burning a copy I was pleasantly surprised to find that the back-up played perfectly all the way through. I was curious whether or not this translates to back-ups of Xbox 360 games. If back-ups are created of scratched originals, will those imperfections be passed on to copies. Obviously I don’t mean the physical marks but malfunctions caused by scratches to the disk. Is there a program that is particular good for creating backups of older, scratched media? I remember reading a forum post (can’t recall who or where) saying that if originals are scratched, Apache is a good program, though I can’t remember what console that was related to. I’d like to hear about peoples experiences copying some of the more ‘worse for ware’ disks in their collection and any tips or tricks for restoring damaged games. Cheers, S.B.