Well, the CloneDVD 3 that I was duped by is off my system, and so is my original backup program DVD X Copy. The real Clone DVD I tried out and I just didn't like or understand the user interface. Right now I am truly happy with 1 Click DVD Copy. I use to think that backing up DVDs was some kind of art form that I would have to go thru just to back up the DVD and get the options I wanted and then compress the Video sections differently and then after that the video quality was always hit or miss as to how well it would look. So this WAS after using DVD X Copy and Clone DVD3 (The Fake One) for a period of about 6 months each. Now with 1 Click DVD I have not seen a copy that I can tell the difference from the original and I have a 50" HD plasma that I'm watching my DVDs on with a Harman/Kardon surround A/V receiver. I insert the DVD into my DVD burning drive and click the start button....that's all I have to do now. I have never had any troubles in not being able to back up a DVD because of the copy protection, which I can't say for any of the prior programs I have tried. If you're looking for a no huss no fuss DVD backup program, that gives you great picture quality, that copies lightning fast, and is able to bypass every copy protection scheme out there including the new Sony stuff. Then get 1 Click DVD, you won't be disappointed. It has made my backup headaches go away.