Last question, I promise.
What if I spent $7 more and got a 422-08 that has LightScribe instead of the $6 more for the 322? I doubt I'll ever use the Lightscribe feature as I print on TY Watershields but having it available if needed is a plus, no?
Remember, my primary purpose for all this is the scanning capability to test the quality of my burns with the NEC ND-3520A. But if the scanner can also be a good burner, all the better.