First of all, these tools are awesome, much respect to the developers and the community.
I've been using USB multiboot media for several years (a long time user of RMPREPUSB) but haven't done much with them for years; I used them quite a lot to provide XP-to-Win7 migration assistance and data recovery for family and friends.
With the deadline for the free upgrade to Windows 10 coming up, I want a USB drive that can either allow me to restore people's machines back to their original Win7/8/8.1 recovery media or just install Win10 from the 1511 (Nov 2015) ISO. Can I just put that ISO into the Win10 folder without any modification or do I need to inject anything to the ISO/image for it, like USB3 drivers?
Also - I've never looked at the imgPTN option before so am a bit confused: should I be putting both media options on the drive, i.e. have a Win10_1511.iso and Win10_1511.imgPTN in the same folder?
Likewise, with Win7/8 factory recovery media in ISO format, is there any benefit to converting those ISOs to imgPTN or should I leave them as ISOs and put them in the OS folder? Or should they go in the PE folder?
Sorry, I know these questions are dumb but the last time I was doing this I was still pratting about with driver packs on XP builds and OEM SLP preservations during migrations in Vista/Win7; I'm quite rusty!
Thanks in advance