Apologies if this has been asked and answered already, but I searched through the forums and didn't find any good answers. Does anyone have any recommendations for high quality inkjet printable media? I am primarity looking for DVD-R and CD-R. I just got an Epson R200 and I want to produce some high-quality home movie DVDs for friends and family. Are the printable versions of media (e.g., G04/G05, TY) identical to their non-printable counterparts from the burning perspective? Which brands hold ink the best? Which have the best combination of quality ink surface and recordability/playback for the best price? Also, can anyone point me to some pictures of the differences in printing to the white inkjet printables versus the silver ones? I'm curious to see the silver effect. Is there any difference in the ability to print to the silver versus the white discs? Or is it just a matter of preference? Right now I am looking at the TY CD-R printables and the Ritek G04 DVD-R printables. Are these reliable brands? Should I consider others? As I said, this is mostly for low volume home projects, so i don't need 8X (or even 4X for that matter) discs. I'd rather burn slower anyway to ensure maximum playback compatibility on standalone DVD players.