Yep, exactly like i thought, thanks for reaffirming my understanding. Darn, i'm not looking foreword to learning 7z syntax. I was going to use 7z first because its open source, but wheni found that winrar could do .rar and .zip from the commandline so much easier i tryied to stick with it. I know the fullblown winrar.exe can do it, so it baffles me why this isn't supported from the commandline, like im gunna donate money to something that cant fully help me.
I found a commandline .iso mounter (named filedisk) but it requires a restart and the user to have one of 3 unique processor architextures, and my favorite alcohol52% dosent as far as i can find, support command line entries. Ive had poor experiances with poweriso and isomagic and i don't want to include anything i don't fully understand.
Also, the 'trial' version of winrar can be use free forever as far is i can see, except for a meaningless "buy here" popup on every launch of the full software, I just dont understand why the people who made winrar would leave it so useless from the commandline.
Thank You Everyone!