Congratulations to all the members on a very good forum and all the very helpful and useful information posted by the members in all the threads, from what I been reading for a wile now in this Plextor sub-forum it sounds like the Plextor PX-716A is a very good burner. I been looking around to buy one and have noticed on the TechBuy.com.au web sites there are 2 types one being the PX-716A and the other the PX-716SA burners advertised for sale one being a Internal IDE and the other being a Internal Serial ATA (SATA). Any thoughts on one type being better than the other ? or is there any advantage in having Serial ATA over IDE other than to free up a IDE channel for a extra HD or burner? Also are Plextor DVD burners as good in burning CDâ€™s as the Plextor CD burners of old used to be ? Im interested is some feed back from members that are currently or have previously used the IDE or Serial ATA PX-716A and if they think one is better than the other and why they think so. Any feed back is greatly appreciated and would like to hear some comments both good and bad about the PX-716A and SA burner.