I've tried the 1 ECC setting at fastest speed.. somehow, sure the results looked like something scanned with a lite-on, but they somewhat seemed too good to be true...
I kind of bothered me that the results were SO different by changing speed settings in cdspeed...
The DVDinfo scan seemed less forgiving... and more consistant at different speed settings.
cdspeed and dvdinfo both agreed on PIF errors, but the PI levels were off the chart (3000-5000) on most good discs I have here (that scanned almost perfect in a litey).
dvdinfo pro however reported more reasonable PI levels.. most of my disc I tested reported from 40 to 180 PI .... and over 300 for a few bad discs I tested..
Not the same info as a litey, but still closer to values we know how to read in a scan (PI < 280 for a good disc)
WIth a lite-on or benq, i'd definitely use CDSPEED over DVDinfopro... but with a Pioneer, I just don't really trust it yet!
One thing to remember. you can only compare Pioneer scans with Pioneer scans if you want them to be meaningfull.