Stick to Verbatim.
MBI: can burn well with some drives, but some batches of media are sub-par, and may degrade faster than average over time [usually more slowly than RITEKG05, though]. However, when you have a good batch, it’s really good.
RITEK R05: the sibling to RICOHJPN R03. Even with that being the case, it’s still more variable than Ricoh, and isn’t supported as well as Ricoh in most drives.
CMC MAG M01: no degradation issues really known, but the initial burn quality usually isn’t the best. These don’t work so well when using finicky drives/devices to read them, but can be OK for day-to-day copies between computers with good drives.
With all that said, you can try out a little bit of each and see if any of them work for you. There are always exceptions to “rules”.