I have been experimenting with ripping my DVDs for use in my home theater. After a lot of testing with various settings on Handbrake, I can’t rip a DVD without having at least some quality degradation. I’ve read several postings and articles indicating there will always be some loss of quality when encoding a video copy. The fundamental question is then, if we pay all this money for high quality 4K+ TVs that give a phenomenal picture, why would we rip a DVD only to watch a degraded copy? I know some people may rip DVDs for convenience in travelling, etc, which is fine, I’m asking about home theater use. Streaming from a network drive is probably more convenient, but if the main goal is to watch the highest quality version of a movie, why rip it? Am I missing something here?