I've been having a hell of a time lately burning dvds. I've had a half dozen or so which will copy, burn and verify, and as it approaches 96+% verified, it will suddenly find an error and spit the disk out at me. this after 2 hrs. of patient waiting to have the disk. These files approach full capacity of the disk, but do not reach or exceed it. I am burning through the finder. I called Applecare and they suggested I try burning through IDVD. I burned the IDVD tutorial, and nary a problem. They told me if that were the case, it would at least point up to a software problem, rather than a hardware problem. I'm hesitant to call Applecare back because I just know that they're gonna burn and ruin a whole lot of my blank dvds just rummaging around for a solution. Anyone got an idea what may be going on here? Is it burning through the finder that's causing problems? Burning to near capacity of the disk, and then actually exceeding capacity, even though theoretically it has not reached full capacity? I find it nearly impossible to believe that this many disks could come oh so close to completion, and then suddenly to have a random error pop in. thanks for any help.