The 52327S is incredibly average. It's the epitome of mediocre, but it's cheap so I guess you get what you pay for.
It's not a BAD drive - It can read most stuff pretty well and does decent enough DAE, and it's speed is pretty good too. That said, as a writer it totally bites for non-obsolete copy-protections and every burn I've done has put a ~3000 C2 error spike at the beginning of the burn, which sucks.
It'd say it's a good OEM drive, but the quality is not as good as I'd want by a long shot.
If you have the cash, get the Plextor Premium - It's expensive but it is pretty much the pinnacle of CDRWs