Tonight I was in Best Buy and saw Verbatim DataLifePlus Ultra Speed 16x-24x 74 min 650 MB CD-RW discs in a 25-disc spindle. The price was $29.99. These discs are made in the Taiwan Mitsubishi Chemical factory. Go to the URL:
http://www.bestbuy.com/detail.asp?e=112 ... 6&scat=517
and see the big picture from that URL:
Best Buy does not carry these discs in the *standard* 1, 5, and 10-pack slim jewel case packages. I must admit that unless you use Ultra Speed CD-RW discs for backup, why would you want 25 of them? I figure that most people will wish to stick with the 5 or 10-pack jewel case packages except for those who use lots of CD-RW discs! This is the first time that a retail store that most people in the U.S. have has carried Verbatim DataLifePlus Ultra Speed CD-RW discs (in a spindle). Microcenter retail stores (and their website) have Verbatim DataLifePlus Ultra Speed discs in 5 and 10-packs, and these jewel cased Verbatim Ultra Speed discs can be bought at many places online. So Best Buy carrying the Verbatim US-RW discs helps make these discs more available to people seeking good quality Ultra Speed CD-RW discs. Best Buy no longer carries the horrible Memorex Ultra Speed CD-RW discs--it didn't take Best Buy too long to figure out that the Memorex US-RW discs are total trash.