First, I tried the Dazzle DVC 80. Customers should really be warned that this is for internet traffic only. The quality is really poor for home video and it takes all night to render. Bad news. Then I tried the Pinnacle DVC 150. Great video, quick render time, but couldn't create a disk. If Quick Start was uninstalled (came with DVC 150) and Pinnacle Version 8 SE (came with DVD burner)installed it would make a good quality disk. DVC 150 was not recognized to be used as a capturing device, however. After installing and uninstalling, I gave it up and moved on to Adaptec MyDVD. Great video, but the audio lagged behind video by 2 or more seconds. Then came TDK's Indicapture. Great video, much longer render time, fewer features. Takes too long to make a one hour video. At least the voice and video are in sync. So far, it seems like Pinnacle products offer the most features, but it is so finicky that getting a good DVD is nearly impossible. Anyone have some other suggestions for a good quality software/hardware that can be used to make DVDs from old VHS video tape?