I partially agree. But, if you find a program that suits YOU almost perfectly doesn't necessarily mean it will cover, for instance, the majority of anyone else's needs. And even if it does, it's important HOW it does it.
It seems fair to judge the program against itself, but in order to do it right, you have to be critical enough to say: hey, this could be done a better way... Well, I guess I'm a little spoiled or "overdemanding".
Unfortunately Roxio doesn't want to spread WinOnCD outside Europe. They're so selfish they refuse to translate the installation in English...
I'm not in the mood for another "struggle" (Nero's review press). It's just my opinion that none of the burning programs deserves a perfect 10. Even CloneCD and CDRWIN, which do its job extremely well, have space for improvements.