Have I missed something here? I recently read in the Afterdawn newsletter that Nero now supports Dual Layer -R. Quote: DVD-R DL recording allows the user to store up to 8.5Gbytes of data or up to 8 hours of DVD video on one side of the disc. “Next-generation DVD recording technology is here, and Nero has already provided users with the tools to operate it,” said Jim Corbett, Executive Director of Nero AG. “Dual-layer recording has raised DVD recording technology to new levels, and gives users access to a new and exciting format that was previously available only to professionals.” How is this different to the current + R dual layer? Why wasn't - R supported first as - R seems to support nearly all dvd players. I haven't seen any -R dual layer media yet. When can we expect to see dual layer RW discs?