Greetings: I've read some postings / reviews in cdrinfo forum and DVDRHELP and finally make my choice over these burners: NEC ND-2500A , BENQ800A / BenQ DW822A, PIONEER DVR-107D. The BENQ800A & DVR-107D is based solely on reading the conclusion. Effectively, all the technical test are all greek to me. If it were you which one will you pick for the following tasks and softwares: 1- Making / Burning ISO, BIN CD-R format using WinIso and CDRWIN from Golden Hawk Technology. It would be great if the recording time can match my current non-working Sony CRX215A1 (48X 24X 48X) i.e burn a full 700MB in approx 4 minutes. 2- Burning data using Nero Buning Rom 3- Intend to make backup of my valuable Kung Fu's movies collection using DVDXCOPY. Effectively, for unknown reason some of my 3, 4 years old suddenly refuse to play. The backup must able to be played on most major DVD player or at least on these Pionner DVD-V630, SONY DVP-NC665P, SONY SLV-D300P and Dell Inspiron 8000. I am wondering if movies less than 2H could be hold on one DVD±R. 4- Eventually, make some Tai-Chi video using MiniDV, Di8 and Ulead Video Studio 6.5 (preferable), 7.0 or later if needs be. Personnally I prefer BENQ DW822A due to its upgradeable firmware to become a Dual layer in the future. However, it will be no use if it can't perform the above task. Therefore any recommendation (under $150) would be welcomed and appreciated. My current IDE DVD-ROM is LiteON XJ-HD166S Thanks in advance for your recommendation and help.