Two high-reflective thin-film coatings from Saint-Gobain Crystals are suited for demanding beam steering tasks in Ti:S ultrafast laser applications. The firm's Alpine Research Optics brand B-Max series mirrors support very short pulse width (10 fs or less) Ti:S systems by providing high reflectivity over a broad spectral range (735-880 nm). The E-Max reflectors are optimized for systems in which high pulse energy damage threshold is a primary concern; they operate over the spectral range of 770-840 nm. Both coatings are designed to minimize group velocity dispersion and third-order disperson to maintain close to a transform-limited pulse performance in ultrafast laser systems. They are designed for 0º and 45º angle-of-incidence operation with 25 mm and 50 mm diameter fused silica substrates.