I’ve recently bought the Acer CRW1610 and have a question. I’ve been attempting to copy CDs that are overburned (in upward sizes of 776 megs), and with the media I have (RCA), the Acer drive just doesn’t want to make a good copy. Is this a problem with the CDs themselves or with the drive? I’m not sure, because this is my first CDRW drive. This unit has been great when not attempting to overburn information, easy to install and the PrimoCD software is a very, very welcome package. So far, with the exception of the overburning issue, I haven’t had a single problem. Of course, I’ve only had a CDRW drive for a week, so you can take that with as much salt as you like. More on the overburning issue I’ve tried all kinds of programs, like CloneCD, DiscJuggler, PrimoCD Plus 2.0 and Nero, and when attempting an overburn (say, for a game like Guilty Gear X for the Dreamcast), most of the information seems to be on the CD, but there are errors that make the game unplayable. What’s stranger is that the slower I burned, the better the results were: With CloneCD, at 16x, I made something that wouldn’t boot at all; however, at 2x, the game at least loaded up but the music was haywire.