Spazmogen wrote:www.xe.com converts the $79 Canadian to $54 USD for a 100 spindle of 80 minute discs.
Hmmm... $0.54 per disc? That's still pretty dear. Unfortunately, true gold discs don't come cheap, and this price is less than most gold offerings. On the other hand, if it matters to you, the Kodak Silver-Gold uses a reflective layer made of an alloy of silver and gold. It isn't 100% gold. I don't know the exact composition, but I imagine there is more silver in there than gold.
Also, in this case you get the rare and special spindal
packaging and not the more usual spindle