smartin4 wrote:I wasn't necessarily looking at price as the determining factor in a possible purchase, just that I have always preferred using Fuji MIJ discs for a long time (both CD & DVD), and have no experience w/Fuji MIT.
Well, you'd be lucky to find any MIJ Fuji media at this point. Doubtful you'd find any Fuji MIJ that is inkjet printable.
smartin4 wrote:I guess what I am really looking for is the best quality hub printable media on the market right now. I am kind of particular about printing on media, if I am going to scan an original disc to print on a copy, than I do not want the image messed up because the hub is not printable, while the original was. I also think that if I am going to go through the trouble of creating an image to print on a disc I burned, I don't want that created image to be "cheapened" by not being able to cover the whole disc.
Well, there aren't that many options for hub printable media. Personally, I would go with the Verbatim discs at RIMA.COM. I picked up some 8x DVD+R and they've been good with my BenQ drive and my Epson R320 printer. Scans show better results than the TDK DVD+R/-R printable media I have.
You can also buy Taiyo Yuden printable media from RIMA.COM. Most (if not all) of Fuji's MIJ media was made by TY, so if that's what you're looking for, just go right to the source. I opted not to get the TY media for two reasons: (1) I heard the print surface was not as good as Verbatim's or Ritek's, and (2) I heard about bonding problems with some TY media. The Verbatim media was competitively priced so I opted for that and I've been happy with it.