Rev. ID (which is probably a misnomer, but I don't know what else to call it) is generally not important for -R discs. Only in a few cases (like 2x Princo vs. 4x Princo) does this byte (which occurs in the first hextet of the media code block--before the media code itself) even matter.
Edit: it is a misnomer. I finally got curious enough to look up the specs to see what that byte represented. The upper 4 bits correspond to the part version and the lower 4 bits correspond to the extension code. So the next version of OP will correctly label this as "PV/EC"
Usually, people like to start out with one of the TY strategies. And it seems that this is usually a good place to start. So TYG01 might be a strategy to try out first.