First, I know what everyone is going to say, that usually it's the other way around. You want to know how to get around copy guard. But I've been reading a lot about this and wondering if it were possible to place copy guard on my own DVD projects via my home computer. So far I've read there are several ways to do this; like Vegas Video's DVD Architect program (which I don't have) and it supposedly has the appropriate output settings to make it possible. And I know there are ways around copy guard, so to most people, putting copy guard on a DVD is pointless. But it is just a means of stopping those few; and because my clients are starting to ask about it for their own protection. If there is anyone here who has any good ideas, it would be great to get some more info on it. There is another program that is much cheaper than the Vegas Video bundle, like $100, but I hate to waste the money if it really doesn't work. And I tried to download a free program called Copy Protect and it clearly doesn't work. Just wondering, thanks.