You're right, BLERandJitter. A hex value would be more logical, and scanning Blu-rays at 20h is definitely masochistic. I did that a couple of times when I first started using LtnFlash, but no more. :eek: I chose 256 for my scans without enough thought (obviously), and have stuck with it for consistency. However, it shouldn't make much difference, if any, to use 200h instead of 256. I plan to switch to 200h when I'm not in the middle of scans from a specific drive and MID. It would be interesting to see the differences between scanning at 20h, 200h, and 2000h on the same burn. I might try that some day.