Well, looks like the BenQ and Pioneer drives beat the Lite-On for C1 errors and jitter in the Disc Quality tests. The BenQ and Pioneer both come up as Class 2 in the Advanced Disc Quality tests whereas the Lite-On comes up as Class 3. Disc Quality score comes up as 98 for both the Lite-On and Pioneer and the BenQ comes up as 99. Doing the ScanDisc C1C2-PIPO tests (for each music track, 10 tracks total), the BenQ has the best quality at 98.7 (P-98.4, L-98.3) and best C1 value at 7.3 (P-8.8, L9.3); Pioneer has best jitter value at 8.21 (B-10.14, L-11.17). Also, all scored DAE 10 accurate stream on the benchmark and the lines were very smooth for all. I don't have a regular place to store files on a server, but I could post some of these detailed results if you want me to although no graphs. To me this tells me that the BenQ is probably the best burner of CD-Rs, but not by too much over the Pioneer and the Lite-On is past its prime. Also, it looks the Lite-On stays in the Win98SE machine and the move would not be worth it. What do you think?:)
SKAARJMASTERDUO: WinXPSP3,C2D E8600,Gigabyte EP45-UD3P,4GB RAM,Nvidia GTX-280,Pioneer DVR-216D,BenQ DW1655,Asus E818A3T.
DRAGONSLAYER (bye): WinXPSP3,P4 3.2,Asus P4800-Deluxe,3GB RAM,Radeon 9800Pro 256MB,LG GH22LP20,Asus E616P3,Lite-On LTR-52327S.