This may seem like a silly question, but would anybody who has been burning BD-R HTL disks for an extended time comment on their reliability? For example, "I have been burning BD-R HTL disks since 2009 and have never had a disk fail at a later date".
Bonus points if you've been using average quality HTL disks, not M-Discs, Panasonic, Verbatim, or similar.
I'm in the process of buying my first BD burner....just a few years late, lol. But I'm not planning on doing lots of burning, but testing and interacting with my movie collection. I never bought DVD-R movies, in part because I don't like spending lots of money on a crappy format, but also because I never spent much time researching how to get around the copy protection and back them up. Now some BD-R movies are appearing. I know HTL disks are more reliable than dye-based media, but I am curious how much better.