At the Digital Living Room conference today, several entrepreneurs pitched their home entertainment and networking products.First up was EZTakes, a movie download service. It's unique because its pitch is based on archaic technology: DVDs. Like a few other services, it has a few content deals with studios and will let you download movies to your PC. Its library of 1,400 movies is not terrible, but certainly not comprehensive either. EZTakes' difference is that its interface makes it easy for you to press your own DVDs, so you can then play them in your living room. The company rightly realizes that for all the talk of media center PCs, set-top boxes that stream from laptops, and so on, most homes still don't have the computer network connected to their entertainment center. There is some sort of protection scheme so you can't make dozens of copies of a movie. The precise DRM scheme was not discussed at the conference.