Ok, I got a new computer last week, running Vista, and I decided to try out my new DVD burner. I downloaded DVD Shrink and it worked great, so I started copying DVDs like a freaking maniac. After I finished about 30 of them, I realized that even though I was erasing the saved files when I'd burned the movie, I'd lost about 25 gigs of hard drive space. So I paid close attention to it, copied about 5 more movies, and watched my hard drive shrink even more. It looks like I'm losing anywhere from 250 megs to 1 gig for every movie I copy. I cleaned out my recycle bin, ran a defrag, and searched every folder on my computer looking for any hidden files. Nothing. DVD shrink chips away at my hard disk. I also tried DVD Decrypter, and the same thing happens. I think it's when the movies are initially scanned, a copy is stored somewhere. Is this normal, or do I need to change some settings or something? I've only read one similiar post like mine somewhere online, so I know there's at least one other person dealing with this. Help me out if you can, computer gods.