I say: Having tried various disk cataloguing apps since the days of backing up to floppies (remember them?) I eventually selected this one as the quickest and simplest solution. I use it almost everyday to search for files on all my CDs and now DVDs. From cover-disks to your own backups, you need a simple way to quickly find that file... and this is it. Archives an entire disk in one click. Unlimited number of catalogues... and superfast searches.
They say: "An extremly small, very fast and easy to use media cataloging tool. You can use it to index files stored on removable media (CD-ROMs, LS120, Iomega Zip and Jaz disks, or even diskettes), hard disks or net drives, and create searchable catalogs that can be used without having access to original media. Searching capabilities are based on file name, date and size. Additional features include filtering options, search duplicates or singles, customizable date format, etc. Found files can be opened (executed) or deleted directly, if they are present. Drag&drop support. Directory trees, MP3 album/song lists can be printed, disk space usage can be investigated. Single file executable, no install needed."