Last weekend I impulse-purchased an $80(US) DVD+RW at Sam's Club. It's branded "Pacific Digital" but I know it uses an NEC mechanism. 4x2.4x12/16x10x40. Not the fanciest thing, but for 80 bucks I couldn't pass it up. It plays DVDs fine with Apple DVD Player, and burns them fine with Toast 6. Native burning isn't supported (yet) so there goes iTunes and Burn. It is bootable however, which is a real plus. My plan is to find a cheap firewire enclosure for my old Apple CD-RW, that way I've got an easy option for importing and burning directly from iTunes or the Finder. Does this seem like a plausable plan, or should I just return this drive and shell out a bit extra to buy a proper Sony Superdrive?