When I found out about this, I decided to further look into this program in order to give me good enough reason to switch over to this and stop using DVD Shrink (which happens to be an absolutely wonderful program). In a couple of days, I've officially became convinced, since some internet users who seemingly know what they're talking about claimed that this is even better than DVD Shrink. Now at one certain point, I thought that was impossible, but shortly thereafter, I began to wonder if there's "something better". That of course led me into coming across this; so I gave it a try. The interface looks well-made and sweet, which is never a bad thing to rate on. It handled an ISO file pretty well, but after converting an AVI file onto DVD with WinAVI, it just refused to work and open up the file, stating that there's a "issue" with it.
"That's funny, DVD Shrink seems to have absolutely no issues with the output DVD file". This was exactly what ran through my head, and that's where I became disappointed and felt that there's really no reason to switch over to another program - let alone spend money on it. If you're one of those who burns DVD often, then stick with DVD Shrink since Clone2DVD 2, as decent of a program it really is, has those "unwanted bugs" that shouldn't be. It's a good looking program and all, but as they say, "never judge a book by its cover". And to spend money on something apparently bugged? Nah, don't think so - looks like I'll be sticking with Shrink for years to come.