I still have a need to produce DVDs. Been printing directly to the white face discs, but my printer has died (I think) I notice there's not a lot of options out there for printing one-off discs like there used to be. But I still see a lot of paper label options. long time ago, I read not to use paper labels because they can throw the spin of the disc off and cause read errors. Is that actually true? They have those label applicator things that make it pretty easy to apply the paper label, but just wondering if I should continue printing directly to disc, or go the paper label route? I did buy another printer, an Epson, and discovered that the Epson ink is incompatible with some white disc surfaces. I only discovered this because I print both DVD5 and DVD9. Print looks great on one disc, and blurry/terrible on the other. I'll definitely have to go back to Canon if I get another disc printer and return this epson thing.