LightScribe is definitely the way to go....
I have had my LiteOn now for several months, I love it. Pricewise they have come down considerably, I noticed Newegg had them for the 30.00ish range recently WITH Nero OEM software and Power DVD software. Why wouldn't you get them for the same money now as Non-LS? When they first came out they burned images with light contrast, they have improved and for those with streaks, and low contrast, go to Hewlett Packards LS website and you can download a utility to improve it. Also, many early burners had a firmware update for other issues, so check your manufacturer for those as well. LS disc Media prices are still higher than regular, but they burn old style media as well as LS media so for some uses, or for old-time sharpie nostalgia, I use up my old media and scribble on them. Designing the Labels with LS is fun, you go into your Nero software and they have some templates when you select LS from options. Also the HP LS website had other free design/layout programs available, like SureThing, etc. Your discs will forever be legible and stylin' with LightScribe.
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