I bought some MediaRange BD-R DL disc from Nierle.de, actually I have bought most of my discs from them. I was trying to burning a BD-R DL and the 5TH ONE finally actually finished the burning process. Honestly I am not that familiar with Bluray discs, and their quality, and most of my burning exprience comes from CD/DVD "department". Actually I do even now have some DVD+R DLs, and I've had some problems with them too. So is the quality these days that paramount, especially with DL media? I mean I had some DVD+R DLs which were from Verbatim and they always worked like a charm.
I guess I just didn't make the connection between bad quality media since I had some "technical problems" with my drive, or maybe it has actually worked all along, I just had really bad quality discs. I mean for crying out loud, in the good old times, when CDs were "IT" media, as long as it was round and you threw it in there IT WORKED. I have had ZERO coasters when I used to use normal CDs.
I am actually BAFFLED on how important the quality has become.
Sorry for the rant.