Hi everyone. I have recently been ripping some of my original PS3 discs with multiMAN, deleting the update folder to save a bit extra space and then moving them to the GAMES folder on my FAT32 partition on my USB external drive (I also have a smaller NTFS partition, for larger files), playing them in JB folder format via webMAN MOD. I was reading a thread the other day (I can't remember which one it was, however) where a few users were talking about the benefits of ISO over JB folder, insofar as ISO is a single file and so can be read faster and more efficiently for the system and for faster load speeds in game. I was thinking about using the NTFS partition to store ISOs of some PS3 games I've ripped from my collection. What is the best approach to make them into ISO format? I know I can do it via multiMAN instead of copying in folder format, however that will include the folder with the obselete PS3UPDAT file in. I know it's only ~200MB per game, but I'd still rather safe the space than have it be taken up needlessly. I could plug the USB drive in and use ImgBurn on my PC and then move the ISOs to the PS3ISO folder (I think) on the root of NTFS drive/partition. That way, I'd be able to remove the update folder before building the ISO, but I thought I'd seek some advice here as I saw this post by @bguerville while searching the forum for information just earlier about using ISOs. Short version: What is the best - or recommended - way to get a working, mountable ISO of an original PS3 disc for use with webMAN MOD with an NTFS drive? Is it worth doing for the access speeds and increased internal efficiency, or are JB folders on ? Any tips or advice would be much appreciated Edit to add: I do not have access to a BD drive for my PC; only DVD, so I cannot rip the discs directly to my PC.