I actually had Toast 9.02 installed as well. I was getting frustrated by Toast's encoding of certain TiVo files when I tried creating DVD's--some files would encode and take hours while a handful would multiplex and create in under 15 minutes (I did have it set to "Never Re-encode"). Certain threads had indicated Popcorn 3 was more reliable and would multiplex and not require encoding. I apologize if my use of certain terms is incorrect or too elementary, but hey, it works for me. Back to your question though, I had removed all aspects of Toast and Popcorn from my computer including all the library files as well. The Toast Video Player included with Popcorn 3 would never work. And as long as I have someone that knows what he is talking about, I have one question about Toast (sorry, but my thread in the Toast forums was never answered). When I had Popcorn installed, .tivo files would display an actual, meaningful icon that showed the TiVo icon and some other graphics. With Popcorn completely removed, disk permissions restored and all that good stuff, I cleanly installed Toast 9. The meaningful icon has disappeared and all my TiVo shows appear with a generic document icon. It appears like a white sheet of paper with the top right-hand corner folded down. It's more of a cosmetic issue, but I can't imagine that a product that costs roughly twice as much would not include icons. Even if you don't get a chance to answer any of my other questions, I do appreciate that you responded to the initial one.
Thank you for your assistance.