Hi there. I'm one of the seemingly rare reverse-switchers coming back to PCs after years on the Mac. And I've built myself a powerful little media-machine, but I'm struggling with how to make it easily navigable in Windows 7. First order has been converting my DVD collection via a handy piece of freeware called DVDSmith, which quickly extracts the contents of a DVD, menus and all, into a folder on my PC. And all I have to do is right-click the folder and select the option "Play in VLC Media Player" to play one. The problem is access and organization. I would like to be able to select from these films using their cover-art as icons - either in a piece of software, or from Windows Explorer. But I see that Windows still handles icons very differently from the Mac, not letting you paste just any image. I've found utilities that convert JPGs into icon files, but all seem to render them into ugly, pixelated squares that cannot scale up. So any method, third-party software or Explorer-based, for making the movie collection more enjoyable to navigate would be welcome. It would also be nice to make certain folders just open in VLC without the context menu, but I'm not holding my breath on that.