Thanks for everyone responses. This might be a good time for me to respond to some of the questions raised.
Q: Why yellow instead of the sepia color
A: Yellow was used only as an example (it could just as well have been all blue)
I guess some of my hope in raising this question is to reach any distributors/manufacturer of lightscribe media that may subscribe to forums such as this. I hope it will raise awareness that there is a growing target market for larger quantities for lightscribe media packaged in single-color packs (other than those consumed by the casual/curious users). There are numerous small businesses/organization/Religious Organizations who use CDâ€™s to distribute their products (i.e. small/home recording studios, independent software developers, small CD duplication services) and other small businesses whoâ€™s products are distributed in digital format). These users are more inclined to purchase bulk quantities greater than the casual users. Consequently, they are also inclined to purchase quantities with an expectation of consistency of appearance in order to ensure that each finished disk has the same look (wouldnâ€™t buy multiple colored stick-on label when I need mass quantities of red). Hopefully, my questions will raise some awareness with any vendors/distributors that share this forum, and inspire them to consider re-packaging toward markets that go beyond the casual users. At present, I would not expect to go to my local neighborhood X-mart and purchase 400 Red lightscribe disks. Although, There should be some expectation that Internet Mass Distributors and Office/Business Supply distributors would carry or can order such items (simply because they deal in bulk quantities). Like many independent recording artist (who complete all projects in their Home Studios, and may provide duplication services for other artists), it would be great to have the availability of bulk single-color quantities to offer a potential customer (who may prefer lightscribe over printed labels â€“ for their 800 disk project -) a wider variety of choices. It is currently cost prohibitive to purchase thousands of disks to get 800 or more blue or green disks to meet a customerâ€™s needs (small businesses wonâ€™t stay in business long). Additionally, I appreciate the swap meet suggestion, however, a swap meet may not be the answer for this particular issue. Just as one can purchase mass quantities of most stick on CD labels, why not the same approach with lightscribe. The technology is available, the infrastructure is already in place, why not go after the market that will most likely increase and provide return customers. All thatâ€™s needed is for distributors/manufactures to rethink their marketing strategy. Thanks for listening, and Iâ€™ll now step down from my soapbox (or is that cakebox â€¦he he ).