OK, I have always used Nero but it has always caused one major problem on my system: massive slowdown (at first I thought it was Nero eatting memory like popcorn, but it's Windows disk caching system). I think I've found a work-around (found a app to tweak disk cache settings in Win2K/XP), but haven't tried it yet (I will be able to in a couple of hours).
But, I fairly recently installed CopyToDVD...and find I haven't used Nero since, except to make an ISO image or two for testing. Now I see CopyToDVD has an ISO creation mode. And since it can do DVD-Video, I no longer have a need for ImgBurn, either. AND NO MORE SLOWDOWN!!
CopyToDVD is nice; just right-click to burn. Yes, it is kinda "newbie", but hey...no need to load another app, nothing like InCD (which I NEVER used) sitting in memory, just click-and-burn. Yes, Nero is more powerful...especially at making audio CDs. So far that's the only reason it's still sitting on my hard drive.
So...do I *really* have a need for Nero? Not that I can see. All I ever burn is data discs (DVD mostly, some CD's), and since I keep everything (fairly) orginized on my HD, the click-and-burn feature is NICE. For the unorginized stuff...well, that's what Ignition (awesome app!) is for!
I know, saying f-Nero here is a major sin!
What's everyone's opinion on CopyToDVD? Anyone think I should keep Nero around?