You could use burst mode T&C or secure with C2 (if your drive supports it) T&C for CDs not in the AR database.
Burst mode with T&C or AR verification, as twostar pointed out, is secure.
Burst T&C is no less secure than secure mode when the checksums match.
Since matching CRC's with erroneous data is possible, isn't the secure mode better because it's theoretically more likely to catch errors since it's reading the data more often?
What do you think? Would this be a good idea? First discussing it in a topic and then put it in Wiki? I've Wiki rights so I can help there if others with rights are not willing.
(odds? one in 4 billion?)
secure mode reads data from the disc twice; the same amount read when using test and copy in burst mode.
Since you're saying secure/accurate, I'd like to take the opportunity to make sure that those reading realize that secure and accurate are not the same thing. Secure rips are not necessarily error-free.