Have just got a new computer with ASUS DRW 1604P burner and U-Lead MovieFactory 3.5 on it. My first plan is to record music videos from TV to HD, edit and burn to CD. The second is pictures and .AVI files from my digital camera. I am looking for high picture and audio quality and longevity. So far I have tried Sony DVD-R, DVD-RW, Excel DVD+RW and Verbatim DVD-R. So far I am getting more pixelation than I expected or want from the camera material, but I suspect that is as good as it gets. The TV files are better but are noticeably grainy. At first I thought the formats or DVD brands may solve this but can't see much difference. From what I read here there isn't but most comments seem to focus on reliability not reproduction quality. Any other suggestions. Also found over a full length movie the audio got out of sync by the end. This is apparent in the VIDEO_TS File so I guess it is a U-Lead issue. Again any ideas?