I am curious if anyone can confirm what the primary conflict is when attempting to create a multi-boot DVD with multiple flavors of Linux? With my limited knowledge at the moment, my best guess is that lots of different distros are competing for the same path on a DVD. It would be great if some of the most popular Linux distributors could get together and agree to resolve these path conflicts by simply putting all of their source files into a top-level root folder with a unique name that has some significance to their company or their specific Linux distro name. Pretty much the idea that is being used to create multi-boot DVDs now. Only if the Linux distributors themselves got behind this initiative themselves it would be so much easier going forward into the future. I would love to put as many distributions of Linux as possible onto a single DVD or even a BLU-RAY disc. But right now my knowledge is very limited. However, the research I have done so far on creating a multi-boot linux disc leads me to believe that path conflicts on the source media(CD, DVD, FLASH Drive, whatever) path during installation are the number one hurdle.