I'm interested in: (1) creating a bit-for-bit clone of a standard MD, (2) analyzing that disc image with a hex editor (i.e., WinHex), and (3) burning that disc image to one or more blank standard MDs. Will this process be possible using either a SONY MZRH10 or MZRH910 unit, via the USB connection? From what I've read, these units can write data only on HiMD media, so (3) above is probably a no-go. But will the unit still show up as a drive letter after inserting a standard MD with recorded audio? If so, then I believe that WinHex can create an image of the disc. Any answers/guidance will be greatly appreciated.