Most people do not print all that many disks and I have to say that I have been more than happy with the performance of my ink jet printer for the amount of disks that I do print. Still, a stand alone disk printer does have benefits for some people, not just backyard software piracy operations. For your money, I don’t think will find a cheaper disk printer anywhere. Dymo sure has come a long way from the days of their first label makers, which by the way were great (I still use them when I get the chance).
If you print a lot of disks and think that a Dymo DiskPainter might be up your alley then you will be happy to know that the retail price is quite reasonable. These babies should be selling for $279 a unit, which is a pretty good price for high performance disk printing.