I can't burn to dual layer until that media comes down in price. But my computer is getting full of large ISO/MDS files (created using Decrypter). So, I thought I could take the ISO/MDS files and burn them as DATA spanning two DVD+R disks, so that I can then copy the ISO back onto my hard drive in the future, and watch directly using daemon tools, or burn to dual layer media when it is less expensive. Can anyone recommend software that would allow me to span a large file across two DVD+R disks? I started a thread in the dvd-authoring forum: http://forums.afterdawn.com/thread_view.cfm/122560 where I indicate what I have tried, to no avail. Perhaps that forum wasn't the best one for my question, as no one responded. Or perhaps what I want is impossible! In all the FAQs I have read, there is lots of talk about burning the ISO to two DVD+Rs but as a movie, not data. I assumed that doing that would not allow me to get the original Decrypter ISO/MDS file. If I'm wrong, please let me know.