I used to burn with cdrwin before I switched to Nero.
I know at one point I was burning my bincues in RAW format because from what I knew at the time it was better to do so.
But I've since read that burning raw causes no error correction to occur.. which is not a good thing.
Same deal with reading, if one is making an image.
I've heard that if one uses error correction mode, one can continuously transit one's cds over and over to newer platters as the old ones wear out or become scratched.
Is there a cause for concern, I'm not thrilled at the idea that the files might 'seem' fine but are secretly corrupt in some invisible manner.
Thanks for any comments that can be shared.