[QUOTE=Ibex;2785221]The Verbatim DVDÂ±R made in India (by Moser Baer) can be very good. These days on average they’re certainly as good as those made by CMC Magnetics in Taiwan, if not better.
But from both sources the quality does vary significantly (unlike those made by FTI in UAE). That said, the worst made in India +R discs I’ve had were much better than the worst CMC Magnetics. I don’t recall ever having to send a made in India pack back because they were unusable. (Did have to send one pack back because of purple dye stains on the white printable surface. A shame as the quality was very good.)
Of the two widely available sources, the printable +R from India seem to be the most consistent quality.[/QUOTE]
I only tested some DVD-R MII discs (Matt Silver 50 Pack Wrap Spindle #43788) and I would not call them good or better than the MIT ones. They seem to have a more consistent range of PI errors usually from around 50 to above 100, but I found out that when performing a data transfer speed test, reading slows down considerably at the end of the disc. I have seen a similar behaviour with MIT discs when they are burned at low speeds (4-8x), but about 30% of the MII discs I burned so far have this issue regardless of the burning speed.