What is the best setting to use that will give me the highest quality results on both a set-top player or an Android tablet or phone? I only have DVD content but would like them to still be viewable on an HDTV, tablet, or higher end smartphone. (I own a Droid Bionic, for example) I've already ripped all of my DVDs using "Any DVD" to ISO files that are stored on my home server. Presently I have about 3TB of ISOs, so DVD Catalyst is IDEAL for a job like this. It's automation features are indispensable for large projects. I attempted this project once and was pretty happy with the results, but wanted to double check before committing to a certain setting. Right now I'm using the standard Sony PS3 resolution set for 720-480, mild up-scaling, and de-interlacing, shooting for MP4s, as they seem to be the most universal I chose this setting because it seems like the PS3 has settings that other ripping utilities like Handbrake use as a kind of standard. -I am by no means married to that setting and am open to suggestions here. When I play the video back using the Windows 7 Media Player the videos still look a little bit...interlaced? (I'm seeing some lines) I fall into the group described in the documentation as wanting closer to the original DVD quality with less concern for storage space, but I'd still like to keep the average size for movies at or under 2GB per. Any advice is welcome. I'll even accept admonishment for missing something obvious, because I'm great for that kind of thing. Thanks in advance folks!