Interestingly enough, the Sony CRX300E may, in fact, be a Lite-On drive. Don't quote me on that, but if Sony's choice for CD-RW burners is any indication, then the CRX300E will definitely be a Lite-On. To put it another way, all Sony CD-RW burners have been rebadged Lite-On burners. So, it's possible that the Sony combo drive is also a Lite-On.
As for the other choices, I've always been an LG fan. Neither the GCC-4480B nor GCC-4520B will let you down; both are good drives. And as for the Samsung SM-352B, well, Samsung combos have been touted as some of the best in the business. You won't be disappointed with the SM-352B. Heck, even if you get a slightly older Samsung combo, like the SM-348B, you won't be disappointed either.
If I was in your shoes, I would weigh the other factors; price being an important factor for me. Since I know I can't go wrong with either drive, I would go for the least expensive one. But that's just me, perhaps price is not important to you.
If price was not a concern, I would get the Samsung. Why? Because their combo drives are very cool, and because I never owned a Samsung drive before. But that's just me.
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