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I used DVDStyler in the end. It offers the same quality video output as DVD Flick and is super easy to create great DVD menus with. I used VLC to take snapshots of my video, and set them as the menu background - the result looks very professional.
I also tried Nero/Sonic, but they couldn't compare with DVDStyler's/DVD Flick's output video quality (surprisingly).
Burn discs at 2x speed max though (for compatibility with all DVD players - yes, I had issues with a particular Pioneer unit), and don't use cheap media if you want your DVDs to last.