Since I hear Premiere 6.5 will let you import mpeg2 streams directly, I've been seriously considering doing this on my next video. However there's one problem that I just can't figure out. I've never actually tried this (as I could never get Ermac's method of using vobs in Premiere to work), so I'm speaking theoretically here. Now, can someone explain to me how it's possible to edit from the dvds, being that they are telecined? If you change the speed on a clip (which I do for probably about half of my clips) then you could be removing some interlaced frames or duplicating some. Now if you seriously slow down a clip by a great deal, you could be looking at a couple copies of the same interlaced frame in a row. Now how do you get around this? You obviously wont be able to perform IVTC now, as it cant just remove a bunch of frames all in a row (without the result looking like crap). Maybe I'm missing something, but I just can't see how this works.