I too have some unburned Ty’s hanging around that I bought within the last two years. I do not have any problems as you are showing, and some of those that I have burnt spent the summer and winter months in my wife’s car (just got a new car for myself, last one did not have a CD player, so It’ll take a couple of years of testing in my car) and do not show the same problems you are showing. The brand of TY’s are the Fuji’s. Some have the swirly tops and some are silver topped. No problems with any of them.
Since finding 50 packs of TY’s in my area is near impossible, I thought I’d try Ritek as they are highly regarded here. I bought some Ritdata CD-R’s a couple of months back (50 packs, bogo free at Radio Shack) and one cakebox had a handful of very poorly made media. Two of them you could see a visible line, like a break in the foil, from both sides of the blank CD’s, another three or four had scratches that extended through the lacquer into the foil, the lacquer was easily chipped and flaked when aggravated by my fingernail, resulting in the foil to chip out, too, and just about every disk in that cakebox has some piece of “dust” that is below the lacquer layer (topside) and/or some small scratch in the lacquer, most are very minor (i.e. do not flake off when aggravated, so I doubt they’re down to the foil layer). Since this was a BOGO free deal, I checked out the other 50pc. cakebox that came with the deal and those disks are 100% better, although many do have slight and small scratches, many also appear to be flawless. The “dust” in the lacquer and some of the lesser scratched discs that I have burnt burnt flawlessly and give excellent Kprobe results. I did not burn the ones with bad scratches and just for shits and giggles I burnt one of the discs with breaks in the foil and got excellent results with that one, too, but I did not trust it for anything but to see how it would burn. Riteks have been highly regarded, but this one time that I actually bought them, I am sorely disappointed in the finish quality of the disks. Next time, I’ll opt for some name branded Riteks vs. the Ridata brand, hopefully they’re better made.