I have been using Discus since 3.0 came out. As a matter of fact, the developer came to our User Group in Houston to do a main presentation of 3.0. After working with product like disk stomper and similar product, I have found Discus much better than the software packaged with different stompers. You no longer have to worry about what brand you buy, Discus has the stencil for it. I have created many photo quality CD labels that just have caught my friends off guard when I give them a photo CD I made on my Mac. The Text editing tools are very flexible and easy to learn. It even allows you to import titles from Toast, Jam, iTunes and more. OK, at this point you cannot move layer position, but this is not Photoshop. This is a not a corporation software but something made by one who is trying to give us options in producing CD/DVD and other types of multimedia labels and giving the ability to use ANY type of label paper. Whether it is Avery, Memorex, Disk Stomper or the 100 plus companies out there it is there. What VueScan is to scanning, Discus is to CD/DVD labeling. And to those who got Discus with their printers, Toast, or any other package deal, that is a limited edition of Discus that does not have the entire artwork that you see. The idea is to see if you like it and if you do, then purchase the full copy. I have reviewed software for 18 years and you get more than your money worth out of Discus. End of Line.