I've read it, not enough details though...
I want to know the implications for making an "exact" copy. Is that not possible due to read offsets?
Should people be "overreading" if they can? All the setup guides I've seen say to disable it.
Overread Lead-In and Lead-Out : Press the button that says "Detect read sample offset correction". Enable this setting if it says your drive can overread from both the Lead-In and Lead-Out or if it says Lead-Out and your offset correction is positive or if it says Lead-In and your offset correction is negative. Otherwise disable it.
However I just re-ripped the last track on 8 CDs (with overreading) and I can't find ANY difference on any of them.
But I'm still not 100% sure if, say, the CD's last track contained music right to the end rather than going silent, I would notice a difference between overreading and not. :-S