Phil K wrote:
Opinions value is in the eye of the beholder, eh ?
This is true. And in fact, everything may be an opinion. And when I say everything, I mean everything
It's a sociological thing, and I won't bore everyone with a dissertation on this matter.
My point about weighing reviews and opinions is as follows; usually with reviews, you get some hard facts: burning results (measured by a machine or program), ripping results, so on and so forth. Although, as I said, everything
may be an opinion, even the results that the various testing programs return. For the programs were written by humans, therefore how do they measure an error on a disc? It all depends on what their opinion of an error is. Aha!
No, I like women.