Assuming the 1655's burning abilities are comparable with the 1650 then anything from TY, to Verbatim, to Maxell will burn beautifully and hopefully have a good shelf life.
I even get good results from less popular manufacturers such as Optodisc and ProDisc, even under brands like DataWrite and RiDisc. How these discs stand the test of time however, remains to be seen.
As to your burns being usable in years to come, the recomendations so far will give the best chance of this IMO, but who knows? DVD+-R hasn't been around long enough to assess true longevity.
As well as media, I would also think of the storage conditions and how you handle the discs. Cool, dark, low humidity, handle carefully and by the edge/centre hole.