Props for sharing the deals hacked2123, but it's still a bit too rich for my blood at $7.20 a disc! I must be growing cheaper in my old age
A lot better than the $13 I was paying back in the day. And those weren't printable. I can imagine the killing a professional photographer can make now with HD camcorders and $7 customizable blurays (Tom and Betty's Wedding 2008: BLURAY EDITION!) - $50 :P + original labor fee.
I've never heard of RiDATA before for media ... has anyone used them? Are they reliable?
I use them all the time here, granted, only RiData DVDR's (not Blu-rays) but if their BDR's are anything like their DVDR's then in my opinion they are among the best, most reliable/compatible brands available... for a decent price too!
I have been using them since the early PS2 days, with nearly no issues (bad burns, coasters etc) using Pioneer A03 and 109 drives.
No doubt the bluray discs are getting cheaper now, but like PS3News said, they are still too expensive for quite a lot of us ... Further reduction in bluray prices are needed, but them to be adopted by the general public openly ..