About any burner gets good results out of T02, now the thing is, most reputable burners give lower jitter in @8X T02 burns. Your scan reaches 9% and up, which is not good in my book for a 8X burn, from which I expect 8% max in @8X 1640/1650 scans.
Also, my testing methods include high-speed scanning and transfer rate tests in picky drives, which reveals difference in burning quality that can’t be caught by @4X/@8X scans. Relying on these scans alone to judge media and burning quality relies more on wishful thinking than sound testing.
I bet that if you scan this very disc above @16X in your Benq, you’ll see jitter increase near the end and go up to (and maybe beyond) 12%, and PIF will increase accordingly. That’s my experience with H22N @8X burns. This doesn’t happen with @8X burns from my Nec, Pioneer and Benq burners, only with my H22N @8X burns.
Yes, some of these H22N @8X burns are OK, mainly with TY media, but they are below what I’ve come to expect from modern burners. Yes, I’m picky, but with the choice available nowadays, no reason not to be.
The H22N shines, though, in CAV burning (12X, 16X, 18X), as I mention above.