Well, the problem will still be the copy protection-- you can never do a true 1:1 copy as the protection will throw a bit of a wrench in the plans. RipIt4Me will do the ripping and I think you can stop it before it passes the video on to DVD Shrink and use something like ImgBurn (Both free, use Google) to do the actual burn.
For older DVDs, DVD Decryptor still works to rip and burn. It doesn't do any compression.
IMGBurn will rip and burn but only non-protected DVDs. So you'd need to either pre-rip with another application (like RipIt4Me) or buy a program like AnyDVD to run in the background.
That said, be sure to follow all applicable local copyright laws when doing your research and copying!