First, try to find a LiteOn iHBS112. Or 212. Or 312.
Or the OEM version, DH12B2SH. Or a detuned OEM version, a DH8B2SH. These OEM models may be sold as replacements for Dell, HP, or Lenovo equipment (among others), so any listings may not explicitly say "LiteOn". You may also find that the listings say PLDS, which is the formal name for LiteOn at the moment (Philips & Lite-On Digital Solutions Corporation).
Or rebadged versions, including Teac BD-W512GSA. Plextor PX-LB950SA. Plextor PX-B950SA. Optiarc BD-5300S. Sony BWU-500S. Memorex MRX 800L. HP bd335i. HP bd340i. Asus BW-12B1LT. Asus BW-12B1ST.
That last Asus (12B1ST) can either be a rebadge of a LiteOn, or a rebadge of an LG which should be able to be crossflashed to a firmware which can scan (no jitter).
Also, there's a possibility that the BW-16D1HT you listed can be crossflashed to that same LG firmware version, but I can't guarantee that.
Otherwise, a slim drive that was recently discontinued (because the manufacturer exited the ODD business) is the Samsung SE-506CB. You can also get the slim internal SN-506BB & find an appropriate enclosure. An older internal half-height Samsung COMBO drive (BDROM/DVDRW, no BD writing), SH-B123L, exists. Again, these drives don't support jitter scanning.
And, ignoring the whole situation where older LG 14x & 16x drives are based on hardware compatible with a firmware that supports scanning (but newer builds aren't compatible with that firmware)(this is the same thing I mention about the Asus drives above), that's about all of the drives I know of which scan BD media & are somewhat trustworthy.