1st sory for the bit rude post last time.
I know that physical scores and real life tests can make a different. However a disc that scored bad on errors. Will be problematic in the end.
About the quality of HF signal. (reflectivity) This one is more complicated. So a high score doesn't have to work beter on some players. (the discussion about reflectivity & absorption )
Tracking. two groups for this point. Bad tracking causes problems on some players. Then again the difference between okay, good and very good is small. So they could have devided this one in just good or bad.
About the real life tests I have seen in some other Dutch Magazines.
Verbatim scored the best on this point.
With consoles most magazines had problems with the cheaper media. If you want to know which disc's they tested and on what then I can dig this up.
However it reminds me that a lot of results come close with the profesional test if you divide it in 3 parts that is. Good Bad Okay.
One excaption the old Datatracks scored very good but then again these were made by Taiyo Yuden why the newer aren't.
Verbatim seems to score in all tests at least good up to very good. So I am not doubting that they will score again very high in your tests.
Info about princo discs.
site of brand: www.princo.com
site of store where the tested disc came from: www.peisch.de
manufacturer code: TDKG010000d9
burning speed on the following burners:
Pioneer DVR-A04 1x
Pioneer DVR-A05 1x
Toshiba SD-R5002 1x
Sony DRV-500A(firmware 1.0d) -(not possible)