1.) Don't tease people with firmware you never plan to release.
2.) Allow firmware bitsetting of DVD+R & RW (I don't really care about RW, but why not), and make a tool to do it.
3.) Steal Dee's firmware tweaks, and use them in your firmwares :iagree: .
4.) Make more clearance between the tray and the bezel. (In my friend's compuke case, the drive below doesn't have enough room, so it pushed the bezel up, and it catches the tray. So I had to take the bezel, and shave a little off of it with an X-acto knife to make clearance :doh: . It's not like it moved it much either, less than half a mm.)
5.) Make the bottom of the drives FLAT so they don't catch on other drives while trying to put them in, and eliminate all the small holes so dust won't get in. :Z
6.) Bundle NERO with your drives instead of the JUNK you're using now!
7.) Work on your drives' reading abilities, especially error correction (scratches/bad burns), and speed (faster ripping for DVD 9 pressed media).
8.) Get more vendors to carry your drives, and sell retail versions @ Circuit City, Best Buy, and Staples under the NEC name.
9.) Don't make the drive light the IDE activity LED the whole time it's doing something, make it blink like other drives. (Not a big deal, but if it's easy to do, PLEASE)
10.) Make a set top DVD recorder like Ben-Q's. :bigsmile: