Controversial topic. :bigsmile: - I tend to agree with DrageMester about Benq scans and jitter actually. Not 100% sure yet, but I definitly have second thoughts.
@limbo: there is no standard for PIF counts/totals, only for levels. Another controversial topic. There are unofficial, user standards here and there, but there is not the slightest bit of evidence that they are relevant at all.
You can use PIF counts to compare two burns and choose the combination giving the lowest count if you like, but any other interpretation has no sound basis. As long as the levels are low, there are far more important considerations for media quality than PIF counts, like stability, mechanical properties, reflectivity, scratch resistance and so on. A perfect reading curve is, for example, far more important in my book than a < 200 PIF count!
Oh, and 897, a "high" PIF count? :eek: Gee, are you picky! :bigsmile: