Aside from the hassle of accessing them, is there any downside to storing written BD-R in spindles?
I've read about the "soft coat" causing problems when stored in wallets, so I know BD-R is rather fussier than DVD+R, and its made me a little paranoid about storage. There can't be anything wrong with storing written discs on spindles, right? They come on spindles, so what could possibly be different after they are written.
I know you can label BD-R with a Sharpie, but this shouldn't cause any problems when storing on spindles, should it? I mean, the ink won't migrate to the data surface of the above disc or anything, right?
Also, since the data surface of BD-R is more sensitive than DVD+R, is there any need for special BD-R slim jewel cases? Like those annoyingly blue Blu-Ray cases, do they do anything special, like keep the data surface half a millimetre further in the air? Or can you use any jewel case, slimcase, DVD case, etc.