I've built a nice movie in FCP and a good functional DVD of it in DVDSP. I burn the final DVD's and everything is great. Watch em on the computer, and on various home DVD players everything works, no problems. Start shipping copies to customers, and the news is bad, nearly half the people who play the DVD's either can't play them or get lots of skipping. I've identified a few possible culprits. 1. Media quality. I used good name brand blank DVD's (Sony DVD+) but it seems there are still better ones available, have now switched to Verbatim DVD's. 2. Labels. I've read that adhesive DVD labels play havoc with the Disks, causing wobble etc. So in spite of having a commercial product, I'm dropping the labels, at least for the time being. 3. Format. I started wtih DVD+, but have switched to DVD-, because it seems that more home players are compatible with DVD-. 4. Burn speed. This last one has got me confused. I understand that I might get a better burn at a lower speed, but cannot find anywhere in the DVDSP application where I can set the burn speed of the DVD burner. Anyone know how to do this? Any other ideas why so many of my DVD's behave badly on customer's players? It seems crazy to me that with $6K plus investment in an editing system, I can't seem to produce an end product that can actually be consistantly viewed by customers, a pretty big flaw that I need to resolve. Complicating my search for a solution is the fact that I can't find a DVD player that doesn't work 100% with my original disks or the "improved" copies, so how can I tell if I'm solving the problem or not? (I have shipped some replacements to customers, and am waiting to hear if they work or not.) I really don't want to go to replication on this project, since only a couple hundred DVD's will be released at most.