Hi All, Bit of a rant coming up... About a year ago I used to use Pinnacle Express for copying my DV tapes to DVD with chapters. Easy. Simple. Intuitive. No-frills. But since then Pinnacle Express is no more (discontinued, unsupported), I've got a new PC (Win XP, SP2) and the my old copy of Pinnacle Express wouldn't run on it. So I've been searching high and low for an alternative. I had a look at Pinnacle Studio but that seemed unnecessarily complex for my needs and crashed quite a bit. After reading a few reviews I stuck my neck way out and bought Sonic MyDVD 6 but to my great disappointment a) it wasn't as intuitive as Pinnacle Express and b) the software does not let me choose which key frame should be displayed for chapter menu buttons (this has been confirmed by Sonic Tech Support). Bottom line: I don't want to be the next Steven Spielberg. I just want to get my 90 minutes DV tapes transferred to DVD with chapter menus where I can choose the key frame. That's it! Am I asking too much? Why did Pinnacle Systems drop Pinnacle Express? Was it that it was too simple and easy to use and they didn't feel they could charge too much for it which undermined the more expensive 'full' version with all the bells and whistles that 9 out of 10 home users don't need or want? Are all the DVD Video authoring companies scared about Windows Movie Maker gaining the ability to write to DVDs (which has just happened for Windows XP Media Edition users) and have therefore basically stopped caring about their software or developing it further? Now I'm no fan of Microsoft, BUT I have to say that Movie Maker is an unbelievably easy-to-use piece of software. For the first time in my life I WANT Microsoft to kick everyone's butts with a DVD version of Movie Maker for XP (not just Media Edition) because it is (I believe) what 90%+ of Mum & Dad home users who don't have a whole heap of time to waste fiddling with complex systems (like me) want. End of rant! Comments anyone?