Here's a trick that I think everyone will like.
1. Open the integrator like you would normally.
2. Select all of the options in the "Main" tab that you normally would.
3. Click on the "Make ISO" tab.
4. Choose the location for the finished ISO, the location of the boot loader file to use, type a name for the label, and the ISO tool options (if needed).
5. Now go to the "Advanced" tab and place a check in "Enable Advanced Options" and "Run a Program After Integration".
6. Browse and select the integrators executable (RVM_Integrator_v1.1.exe).
7. In the "Enter Parameters..." box put the path and name to your settings file (that you are going to save later). and /iso as the second parameter.
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9. Save your custom settings file in the same place that you indicated in step 7.
10. Now click the "Integrate" button and watch the integrator do the rest.
Next time you want to make the iso fully unattendedly just "Load" your custom settings file and hit the integrate button.
The new "Run a Program After Integration" option is very powerful! You can use it for running anything after integration. It was created with Windows XP PowerPacker in mind so that you can create multiboot disks unattendedly... but it can also be used to call other programs like custom batch files, XPize, or even NLite! Anything that utalizes unattended parameters can be useful to the integrator.