I've just started ripping my Blu-ray collection and I could use some advice about the process and the settings to use. So far I've used MakeMKV to unlock the files and copy them onto the HDD of my PC. (taking around 25 mins per disc) Then I've been making two copies using Handbrake: 1) 1080p RF 18 High Profile .mkv with passthru AC3 audio (around 4.5GB final result, taking around 2 hours) 2) 720p Ipad .m4v preset on Handbrake (around 1.5GB final file size, around 1 hour to finish) I have hundreds of discs to get through, am anxious not to waste time. I've only done a few discs to try to get it right. So far the files seem of good quality. The idea is to store the entire collection on a NAS and use a PS3 or similar streamer to view the big files via wired ethernet on the Projector, keeping the smaller files for mobile devices over wifi. My question is, is it worth making these two copies, or should I use an uncompressed .mkv rip on the NAS for high quality viewing on the projector, and maybe just make the quick smaller files for tablets and mobiles? Storage space on the NAS is not a huge issue, but smaller files mean easier backups and need less bandwidth to stream, right? Any advice much appreciated! Setup: Room 1: PC: i7 930 12gbRAM Windows 7 64-bit Room 2: JVC HD350, Onkyo tx-sr800amp, PS3, Panasonic BD130, Virgin Tivo + Router Room 3: NAS Qnap 412 Gigabit wired connections between PC and router and NAS Also: Ipad; Android smartphone.