Well, the decision was kinda made for me. #8 (1169) Silver Thermal Lacquer ones aren't listed anymore at Rima.com
I ordered the #1 (1160).
EDIT: ....just tried a burned CD-R today and it didn't even play at all in the car stereo. I got Error-30 after waiting about 30-40 seconds. For the Pioneer DEH-P6500 this means either dirty disc, scratched disc or electrical/mechanical. Well, I switched to a different source and back and also turned the ignition off and on and I still get the error. Another CD-R I just burned plays fine also, so forget the last one. As far as dirty disc or scratched disc, I can't see either on it so it just might not like my almost black label or it was a bad CD-R to begin with. This played fine a couple years ago. One other thing, I tried it in my home stereo CD player and it played but with a lot of static when the music depending on the music volume (more with more volume). This is something similar to what my car stereo was doing with other CD-Rs. So, looks like this CD-R is extremely f-ed up and definitely needs to be burned again (on Taiyo Yuden this time).
Interesting, on that same page in the manual it says:
"Do not attach labels, write on or apply chemicals to the surface of the discs."
So, how are we supposed to tell one disc from the other if they are not labeled in any way, shape or form?
Can the lens of a CD car stereo be cleaned the same way that we clean the computer CD burner lens or home CD player lens?
SKAARJMASTERDUO: WinXPSP3,C2D E8600,Gigabyte EP45-UD3P,4GB RAM,Nvidia GTX-280,Pioneer DVR-216D,BenQ DW1655,Asus E818A3T.
DRAGONSLAYER (bye): WinXPSP3,P4 3.2,Asus P4800-Deluxe,3GB RAM,Radeon 9800Pro 256MB,LG GH22LP20,Asus E616P3,Lite-On LTR-52327S.