I’m not sure I understand all these problems with prodiscro3 media. I started out with a ten pack of Legacy 8X DVD+R from newegg and they burnt well. Then I went through a couple of 25 spindles and they all worked fine. Now I’m working on a spindle of 50 and expect excellent results. However, I did buy some prodiscr03 from Acca Recording Products and after throwing the first four in the trash I refunded the spindle. Later, they sent me some samples of Ritek, Prodisc and Optodisc ( all 8X DVD+R) and every one of them went in the trash. Except the Optodisc, those work but not that well. They’re not quite as good as CMC and that’s saying something. What I find odd is if everyone is buying prodiscr03 from the same online vendors ( Acca/Rima come up a lot ) and complaining about them, but I can buy the very same disks under a different brand name from a reputable vendor and have no problems I think it says something about the quality of media to be expected from a place like Acca/Rima/Yahoo, which I believe are the same store. I personally think they may be selling second rate media as first rate. Not that I feel ripped off and want to slam them, it’s just that I can’t find a better reason for this discrepancy in media. On the other hand, maybe Legacy demands only first rate disks from Prodisc and Prodisc sells the second rate stuff under their own name, but that doesn’t make any sense. Note I’ve been using only stock firmware in my 812S and this is the only 8X DVD+R media I’ve found that burns well. I am slamming Lite-On here.