An interesting set of statistics, but they really don’t mean much in terms of quality burns. It would be far more useful to have had avg./max PIE/PIF/Jitter results under Nero CD-DVD Speed, for example. Some people might also look at the chart and say "wow! RitekG05 and Princo are #3 and #4 in popularity, with a high success ratio, so they must be good! Anyone having any experience with these mids avoids them like the plague. Sure they might burn “successfully,” but they degrade and end up true coasters in under a year. Statistics are great, but without a proper context and analysis, they don’t mean much. What would have been novel was for VSO to have used these statistics to spell out write strat modifications when using CopyToDVD, as for example MCC003 under CopyToDVD in a LiteOn 165p6s and BenQ 1640 aren’t allowed to burn over 8x, likely due to the varying quality of the MCC-made Prodisc and CMC variants, which are not accounted for (nor can they be by the drives), and therefore can wreak havoc on the write strategies (i.e., bad Prodisc quality can slow down the write speed for better CMC MCC). I could go on about the fallacies in this collection of statistics, but I don’t want to beat the dead horse more. The only two meaningful sections deal with media formats used and the most popular drives used. The rest of this report’s usefulness can only be truly sorted out by users doing quality scanning.