Ok so I spent all day searching and searching on how to make this happen, and finally I have cracked the code! If this isn't new information to you, please don't flame me as there are probably plenty other user's out there that didn't know this either so hopefully it will go to good use! Ok so quick background, I wanted to be able to "archive" my DVD collection onto a hard drive and then using the built-in functionality of Media Center Extender and my Xbox 360, I wanted to stream those DVD's back to the Xbox. It took some searching to figure it out, but here is the scoop. 1st - Rip DVD to desired hard drive using DVD Shrink, DVD Decrypter, or other software program that saves the uncompressed .vob files to your hard drive. *My personal favorite is DVD Shrink as it allows you to simply select the "Main Movie" track and ignore all other bonus content which speeds up the rip process. 2nd - Once you have the .vob files on your hard drive, rename them to .MPG files. (Yes, just rename them!) Now, typically the files will be named in correct order (01.vob, 02.vob, etc) but I recommend double checking them to be sure. Ultimately what you want is "1.mpg, 2.mpg, 3.mpg) in your folder. 3rd - Now create a new text document inside this folder and put the following text in it: "copy /b *.mpg MovieName.mpg" Save this text file as "Joiner.bat" *Note the .bat file extension, you will need to change the file type dropdown box in windows to "All File types" or your file will be saved as joiner.bat.txt Once you have this file saved, it should have a little gear icon on it (it's a batch file) - double click it and it will join your seperate .mpg files into one continuous file. 4th - Finally drop that file into your shared folder (whatever folder you have configured for Media Center to share with your Xbox 360). You will now be able to play that video file from your Xbox 360 in it's full, uncompressed DVD quality format! Yay! Warning - Although using this method renders the BEST quality playback experience possible as we are not using any compression on the video, it requires alot of disk space. If you don't have oodles of disk space to work with, I would recommend converting your DVD's to DIVX/XVID, then using a Transcoder to push them to the Xbox 360. This will result in a lower quality viewing experience, but it will also use substantially less space. I tested playback using a Linksys Wireless G router and Xbox branded Wireless Adapter and had no troubles with bandwith.