My problem is I have a Cue and Bin file that I'm trying to convert to stand alone DVD player. I have Alcohol 120% and Nero 6 Ultra Edition. I also have Daemon Tools, VCDGear, TEMPGEnc, SVCD2DVD and MPGTX. So, I think I have enough tools to transfer *something*. Playing or making playable CD's on my comp is no problem viewing with WinDVD 4. I get different types of files after I convert and knowing that double conversion is double bad. I could just settle with CD's that are playable in my laptop, but now i'm determined. So after 3 days of non-stop post searching, I can't seem to find anything definative. Everyone says there's more than one way to skin a cat and I have enough cat pelts to make a comforter. Here's what I'm doing. Take the Bin file and run it through Nero to get my folders with the DAT file or I could just use Daemon to "mount" it and Snag the .DAT file. Then I run that through VCDGear(TMPGEnc does the same thing, I believe) to get an MPEG file. Take that because it's too *Big* for a regular CD and cut it in half with MPGTX. Then take each MPEG and run it through SVCD2DVD to make a "front end", then take all these new files... It creates Audio and Video TS folders. The Video has VOB, BUP, IFO, etc., and drop them into nero's "Mini DVD" setting and I get a perfect UDF file. None of which(any file type) will play on my (generic)Panasonic or my (picky)Denon DVD players(and my Denon plays mp3's, Kodak Pic Disk and WMA). Since I don't have DVD's or a writer, I assumed CD's could do the same job, just smaller size movies. I use Sony 700mb CD's and writing at 20x to keep my buffer high. My UDF CD's auto start my WinDVD with my "front end" perfectly but I'm missing something. I use the default settings with all the programs. If any ideas you have work, I will kiss you on the lips.