(A day later...)
If I'm doing a graphics- or logo-intensive print-job, then the Silvers and those Pearly Whites yield an exceptional comment-producing label.
But if I wanted to do something with a lot of text that required reading, I use the Plain White's.
For example... if I was doing an Audio CD backup and wanted to list all songs, times, instrumentation, version numbers, etc, I'd use Plain White and maybe a smaller thumbnail of the Album Cover.
Or, if these are company backups with a variety of folders printed, with a backup date or other details, I'd definitely use Plain White.
But if I was making a home-video colection, I might stamp a couple of screen-caps on it, slam a big Date Of Video title and that's enough - those could be beautifully done on Pearly Whites or Silvers where 'reading' wasn't so critical.
If you've used other vendors (TY, Philips, etc.) Silvers, the Falcons have far less 'inner ring' permutation, too. Normally, this is almost like a opposite-lighting effect but the Falcons seem to use a process so the 'silver particle alignment' goes in the same direction into that Inner Hub area so there's little more than a slight linear ring for differentiation. Very nice.