pkd7423 wrote:Also, does it mean I can step down on the media since I won't be writing that fast....or is that not a factor? I might have the wrong concept about media.
When you can get the tops in media - 48x Taiyo Yuden - in 100-packs for $8 (on sale at BestBuy), why bother going lower?
pkd7423 wrote:I really like the DiscT@2 technology that will burn the label on the cd
Please remember that the "label" goes on the same side as the data (it actually is data, specially arranged to be visible to the human eye), not on the reverse side where labels traditionally go. Thus, the label takes up space that you would otherwise use for data, reducing, potentially significantly, the capacity of your disc. Those promotional pictures you see with big, beautiful labels just aren't practical.
I estimate that in this example, about 70% of the disc's capacity is devoted to the T@2 label, with only 30% left for actual data. That means you would only have 210 MBytes of an 80-minute, 700 MByte disc available for your data:
(from http://www.yamahamultimedia.com/yec/tec ... a2_01.asp#
You have to decide for yourself whether or not this is practical.