LIMBO "although i think an nx4all feature would be great just for testing purpose, i don't think it would be essential for my burning needs. i'd rather have a slow burn, where the possibility of producing errors is lower."
That old myth nowdays, the longer you take to burn media the longer you heat and distort it, if you burn media at rated speed it should be fine, although yes errors can happen with hardware inc pc/writer/media and software to.
To overspeed media is yes not ideal but once you find good media thats works for you its fine, but burning all media like cdr to dvd slower than rated thinking your doing it any favours is untrue.
The bitsetting is of no good to me in any players both pc dvd drives or standalones that ive played my 8x datawrites (grey) burned at 16x icause they aint failed to play yet, with any NILS firmwares, i aint tried a burn since i flashed to his 1.18 and im just greatful he did this so close to his retirement instead moaning about bitsetting in his prob last thread.
I personally thank NIL and wish he could hang out long enough to sort out the 109 drive as we seem to be getting firmware by the week and so far its a joke IMO.