You can basically accomplish the same thing by installing 9.2, and before you do anything else setup the Mandrake updates in MCC, and download/install as many as you want. Of course if you want to install on other machines, having updated iso's would be better, otherwise you'd have to go through all that every time. I think I read something about trying to add updates would put each cd over the 700mb limit, so it's not as simple as it might seem. I guess if there is a way to open an iso and add/remove rpms before you burned them it might work, if one removed a few unwanted 3rd party app rpms (not any core Mandrake stuff)to free up space, and then replaced old buggy rpms with the updated versions Mandrake just issued. The objective would be to keep the total size of each cd under 700mb.I would think this could get very complicated, and you have to ask yourself if it's worth the trouble, if it's only for one machine.