No, its not capable of quality scanning other than a transfer rate test.
If you choose a Lite-on to give you quality scanning ability, I would get a 112/312 over a 212 model for burn quality. And as you’ll see in that thread, LTH BD-R should probably be avoided. Definitely avoided with a Lite-on burner. Using high quality BD-Rs will greatly reduce any burn quality differences between the available burners, as evidenced by the Panasonic BD-R burn quality comparison in the thread I pointed to.
If you will be using the drive for watching Blu-ray, the Pioneer has a quick-load feature to reduce the wait from disc insertion to playback that serves that purpose well.