I am really new to this burning CDs business, and haven't tried audio yet. BUT, I have done a bunch of data CDs, including some image archives, and have been absolutely delighted with the software that came with the drive. One of the criteria for the choice of the drive (my husband did the research and made the purchase, so I can take no credit here) was that the software be Nero. I'm glad he held out for it, because it was a breeze to install, is really easy to use, very intuitive, and the results are uniformly excellent -- thus far, anyway.
The real reason for getting the drive was to be able to archive the photos. Audio wasn't under consideration, though now I'm thinking there may be some audio projects I'd like to tackle. Anyway, one of these days, I'll see how I do with audio.
All of which is to say that Nero is well worth your consideration if you're thinking of changing software.
(And, as Kittenkrazy notes, you'll need to be alert for conflicts when you install anything new. You might want to move the whole folder in which your current software resides to some dummy folder, while you try out the new. That way, its path will have changed, and it will be out of the way, but if you decide you don't like the new one, you can uninstall it, and move the original folder back to where it was and at least have the original installation restored, while you consider Plan B.)