[QUOTE=deanwitty;2590498]Nope, not just you :).
I’ve found they all seem to pick up fingerprints easier. I have found a big difference in how scratch resistant they are though. Sony 6X BD-R SL’s will scratch if you look at them wrong. So I did feel compelled to test Falcon’s mega scratch-resistant claims. I’m not exaggerating when I say that you can literally wipe fingerprints off them by rubbing them on your pants(I’m talkin jeans) without scratching them . Comes in handy as my main set-top player HATES fingerprints :).[/QUOTE]
Possibly the dark brown/blackish substrate dye they are using for bd-r’s these days that reflect the surface layer more. Really wish the bd-r companies would ramp up production. The DVD’s days would be numbered then. The CD-R can finally retire by making a 4.7gb that writes 400 minutes(about 200 in flac) of CDDA music files instead of 60-90.The super-audio disc format can be replaced by FLAC as manufacturers were never serious about cutting prices on the technology to make it worthy for mass consumption. Flac is more cheaply acquireable than SACD. We can have backwards compatability for another 9 years… by that time (cd-r will be approaching 40 years), if you didn’t get your data off a cd-r… too bad. You’ll have to look for some old drives, and hardware relegated to museum pieces.