Nero is probably a better bet - I much prefer it to Easy CDCreater.
If you use Nero in multisession form with CD-Rs you can create a folder and drag and drop items to it as required until the disk is full. Then finalise the disk prior to the last burning session. No formatting is necessary.
CD-Rs are superior to CD-RW disks as they have far superior reflectivity and dramatically reduce any likelihood of problems reading them on your drive - or any other drive - in the future.
If you intend to create backups, use two disks to ensure a backup for a backup. One may be accidentally damaged or some other mishap occur.
If you are still out there, I went and looked at Nero, and it said there was new one out soon, how much is Nero, I have Pinnacle which is not very good but I am lothe to spend yet more money on another program that "Does the same job" what is your opinion on what I should do ?.
from the Nero Ahead site anyone can download a months free trial of the latest Nero6 ... and after the months trial is up; do the same again. And again. I think it's a reverse way of selling a product.