Also, I'd like to add that the 50-pack FujiFilm Color
40x CD-Rs (also made by Taiyo Yuden) are the same price (and feature the same rebate) as the silver-topped 40x and 48x CD-Rs. There are new stickers for the UPC on the color CD-Rs (they have the same UPC as the silver-topped ones).
I suspect that Fuji is doing this in order to quickly sell the old, slower (read: up to 40x with the white screw top) media.
[Yes, I know that 40x is not
slow; but keep in mind that this media was originally certified for up to 24x (and in some cases 16x).]
Here is a picture of the 30-pack (but the 50-pack is similar and is the quantity on sale)
Act now...these CD-Rs are moving fast!
(If you can't find the FujiFilm CD-Rs, get the 100-pack Memorex 40x or 48x CD-Rs that are Japanese-made. These are made by Taiyo Yuden as well...as others have mentioned, look for "Made in Japan" on the label.)