I burn a lot of DVDs - 3 or 4 per day lately - so I'm looking for quality and value when it comes time to buy more. That's why I love these Memorex DVD+R 100 packs. For me, Memorex and Sony have always stood apart, but I'm not giving any of my money to a company (Sony) that secretly installed root kit software with their music CDs. Besides, I've never had a problem with a single Memorex DVD (DVD-R or DVD+R) - and, while I've only burned a few on my DVD recorder, I've burned at least a couple hundred on my computer. I started out transferring long videos from my hard drive to individual discs; although those played fine on my standard DVD player as well as computer, I soon realized it was much too costly. Since I only rarely use my standalone DVD player anymore, I'm much happier filling as much as possible of the 4.7 GB of available space on each DVD+R. That means I can only watch those videos on a computer, but that's fine with me. It will be a different story, of course, when I finally get around to using my DVD recorder to transfer some of my old VHS tapes to DVD. There, you're looking at only 2 real-time hours of recording if you want the best quality transfer possible, although you can go up to four or six hours if video quality isn't a priority.
You don't burn anything to DVD without a reason, so you don't want to go out and buy the cheapest discs you can find. There's no good reason to pay too much, either, especially when you have these perfectly good Memorex DVD+R discs available in bulk for a pretty decent price.