Just created my FIRST DVD-R and overall, VERY pleased with the quality. Identical to the original VHS tape. Used TMPGenc to create the menus and the chapter points are now working fine (see previous post). Had to erase them on the Pan E100 before TMPGenc would recognise them! Just one issue (and the point of this post) regarding the sound. Plays fine on my Pioneer 717 and Pan DMRE 100, but on my bro's Tosh SDE110 there are long audio dropouts on some of the tracks. Could this be down to the AC3 track? Would LPCM have been a better option as regards reliability with standalone players? Or the blank media (Datasafe, ritek dye)? Didn't want to chance using my branded media on my first attempt! Or just the Tosh E110 DVD player and maybe it just can't handle DVD-Rs very well? For the record it's Queen Live at Milton Keynes. The 80 minute version which has only ever been broadcast once in the UK, way back in '83 on 'The Tube' on C4. Recorded on an old Radio Rentals Fergusson 'piano keys' VCR (for those old enoug hto remember 'em!). So if there's any Queen fans out there, PM me.