I don't think either site does a really good job testing drives. They are much stronger at processors, graphics cards, or hard drives. Anandtech is getting better in that they haven't previously posted any quality scans. Than again, Tom's Hardware, PC Mag, PC World, and Maximum PC don't EVER post any quality scans, or in many cases even see if disc produced plays in anything. As we all know, quality scanning is a lot of extra work when doing a review, but the only way to really see what the drive is doing. Who cares which drive is 10 seconds faster in a write in the end, if the disc is a coaster?