The best thing you can do when attacked personally right after you wanted to add information on this forum is to enrich the very information you posted before rather than to corrupt what you yourself started. I couldn't find something I could use as "information" for my knowledge from any of your recent posts unfortunately. A good instance of useful piece of information is like this:
http://club.cdfreaks.com/showpost.php?p=1037615&postcount=22 (Which you must have already read.)
BenQ has made clear that it wants to stay and grow especially in ODD and LCD markets. The rate of growth, recent market share, diminishing profitability, lack of stable supply of key components, and other such news have been available to the public on sites like Digitimes.com which usually relays information coming from industry representatives in Taiwan. To me, what you said seems more like "speculation" rather than facts or rumors or news. And BenQ can't easily leave the ODD market even if BenQ's profitability for the latest quarter falls to like minus 10%.
One more thing is that manufacturers of the largest scale are continuing to mass-produce CD drives even now and that's true of media manufacturers as well. That some of them, especially in the "first-tier" or "leading-edge" groups, are more focusing on next-generation technology products like Blu-ray drives, HD-DVD drives, or even "holographic" storage or 5TB perpendicular-recording HDD doesn't mean they will soon stop producing Floppy Disk and Compact Disc products. LG, one of the leaders in HDTV and DVD/post-DVD, officially is going to keep producing CD drives for some time more. All of the big market research firms clearly say the recordable CD market as it has been for recent several years will stay for at least a few years more.