Now what is the difference between an ISO, BIN and CUE? And which program do you suggest to rip my CD-ROMs?
ISO is all the data plus the cd structure in one file
BIN is just data
CUE is a file describing the contents of a BIN (i.e. # of tracks, mode1 or mode2, audio, ect)
To rip cds, I'd suggest using GoldenHawk's CDR-Win for windows (dunno what program on the amiga) and saving as a bin + cue file. The reason I would not use ISO is because a lot of Amiga cds will not copy over correctly to ISO. Mainly CDTV, CD32 and possibly a few others. A lot of magazine discs won't copy over correctly with ISO, so it's best to be safe than sorry.