Correct me if I am wrong,
but the last time I read something about DVD-R, DVD-RW and so on technologies they were all in a state of flux. There was no standard. I think that Apple's Superdrive is actually the first (or one of the first) DVDs to be compatible with Home DVD players.
Many different companies make DVD-Rs and RWs but each one of them has a different standard/format/capacity.
According to xlr8.com and other posts the superdrive can do DVD-RW but Apple doesn't officially support it. I think they are concerned that it may be a temporary format and don't want to be stuck supporting it for a long time. However, people say they can read and write them with the standard OS and others say they use Toast.
I have a superdrive but haven't gotten around to trying this yet.
Hmm...nearly...I have a nice girlfriend I could introduce you to (nothing more, nothing less than introducing and my house comes close to a museum...11 showcases full of Warhammer, Warhammer 40K, Five Star Stories, Gundam, Bubblegum Crisis, Neon Genesis Evangelion.....and we have a rather good beer over here
But I agree, switching countries to see a DVD-RW beeing erased is maybe a bit on the crazy side
sorry, but I haven't found any Diablo models yet. I own some Starcraft action figures somewhere in the action figures showcase, but I'm not a fan of them. There are also some Quake 2 action figures...I prefer the cold cast or resin cast kits where I have to spend days of preparing, sanding and painting before I can place them in the showcase