I agree, and know it's superior. I use ImgBurn myself.
But I was under the impression (like you) that the TS expected to see and access a blank DVD he inserted from Windows Explorer. So who am I to argue ? (Especially when there is a way.) :
And the reason why I started my phrase with "If what you wanted to do, is to burn ISO images to DVD .....", is because if he wanted to make a compilation and burn that to DVD, my suggestion (ISO Recorder) wouldn't have helped him either :
The above quote doesn't let me know what (ISO, disc, or compilation) and how he exactly wanted to do this.
Also ISO Recorder does have it's place. It's very good for users who know their way around Windows but are casual/not-so-frequent (ISO) burners. The right-click menu has become second nature to many. ImgBurn's zillion right-click menus for example ?
Quoting the topic starter :
It took him a few months to try and burn something.