Has anyone taken older VHS tapes and changed them to DVDs? On our system, we can't do that. My hubby says we aren't purchasing the equipment we'd need to do that just for a handful of tapes. Most of our VHS tapes are, of course, copywrited movie types. Do you have a service that you would recommend? I've heard that Wal-Mart can do it, but haven't seen that service offered at any of the Wal-Marts around us (haven't asked yet). Also, are there precautions that one should take to be sure that the tape isn't destroyed? These are tapes from the American Shetland Pony Congress in the 90s (96, 97 & 99) that were taken by an individual and then sold. I haven't been able to contact the original maker. Also are there any copywrite issues with that? These tapes depict ponies in the classes - futurity, halter, driving, some costume. Some have more classes than others, some have a lot or almost all of them. Used to have lists of which classes were on which tapes, but no longer seem to have those!