Ritek CD-R should last. :iagree:
I have quite a lot of their phthalocyanine discs written up to 9-10 years ago (mostly Traxdata & Maxell branded, but also a 100pk of not very good Memorex) and I haven't had any problems at all so far. This includes 6 discs written in 2003 which have been repeatedly baked in a car glovebox ever since.
Maxell branded printable Ritek are currently my preferred choice for anything which doesn't justify using a Taiyo Yuden. (The printable ones seem to be consistently better than the non-printable Maxell)
I find that Riteks often have a low number of E21 & E31 errors, even when the overall BLER average is quite high.
If you have a Benq drive I would love to see a couple of advanced disc scans. :flower: