I use CDex to rip to WAV and then use any combination of Audacity, Cirlinca HD-Audio, ProTools, ConverterLite to get the files to a compressed format, re-mix them, and tag them. CDex hasn't been updated since 2009 but it should still work for most compressed formats out these except mp4 and flac.
FreeRIP works well with ripping/converting 16/44.1 to Flac, etc. with IDv3 and CDDB support. It IS free but you'll get occasional " hints " to purchase a Pro version. I don't think there is a time limit like with dBPowerAmp. I just don't use it much because I'm more interested in quickly getting an uncompressed rip so I can work with it in an audio editor.
HD-DVD = 94
Blu-Ray = 120 ( 24 Warner red2blu )