As you may know, the label-side of a CD is potentially the most delicate side. Not being so careful in the past, I suffered from some disc-trashing disasters ( http://www.gammaelectronics.com/HTPC-and-HiFi/audio_video_analytical_laboratory/Disc-Repair.html ).
On that note, I've noted that certain printable CD-R's avail. today seem to have a thick label-side coating.
I don't own any of these blank media discs but may get some on this very basis. How durarable is, for example, the coating on:
Taiyo Yuden 52X CD-R Media White Thermal Hub Printable (Everest Certified)
Thx in advance for any info you can provide.