Hope you guys can give me a straight answer. Currently whenever I need to backup a DVD to put on my NAS I convert it using DVDFab 8 (free version) that creates a TS folder. I then open that up in DVDShrink and create a full size VOB that is usually anywhere from 5-8GB. Space really isn't too much of an issue and this method is relatively quick and easy. My problem is every once in a while I want to take one of those with me on a USB drive that is formatted Fat32 (4gb file size limit). I was thinking of buying the full version of DVDfab or AnyDVD so that I can skip all this and go straight to converting to a h.264 file that would be smaller (less than 4GB) but just as good in quality as my VOB's that I'm currently creating. I tried this out in DVDfab 8 and it took FOREVER to create a 3gb file. Am I doing something wrong? Any suggestions for my workflow? What size file should I be looking at creating?