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I started with Toast 6, upgraded to 7, and now have 8.


I still use CD Spin Doctor 2 (from Toast 6), because CD Spin Doctor 3 & 4 do not save the tracks after I define them, save the file, close Spin Doctor, and then re-open it.


I use Toast 7 to record CDs (both Data and Audio) because it records several times faster than Toast 8 (I have found no explanation for this behavior - same machine, same media, etc.).


However, I do like Toast 8 to record DVDs, because of its many options and ability to convert to DiVX and other formats.


So the short answer is I do like it for DVDs, but if someone already has Toast 7, I don't think I can recommend the upgrade.

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