Hi everyone. As my pile of backed-up DVDs is now in the 100s, and more than half of those were originally DVD-9's, it got me thinking ... would it be theoretically possible to come up with an "un-Shrink" program in the future that will "uncompress" all those compressed DVDs for re-burning on dual-layer media? Or is it more likely that when dual-layer media is as cheap as single-layer is now (anyone want to speculate as to when that will be? ha!), I will have to re-back-up all my DVD-9 originals? Again, this question is more theoretical than anything else. I guess the analogy I had in mind was the zipping and unzipping we can do with PKUNZIP or similar programs. Maybe that's a bad analogy -- I don't know enough about the technical aspects of this stuff. Most of my DVDs have been compressed using Shrink. How about some of you computer engineers out there working on an unShrink program for our future needs? Just a suggestion. Any thoughts?