This seems like the best place to post this topic. I love making my own custom CDs, but it would be nice if I could burn them onto retail quality CDs (not CD-R) and press the artwork on them in retail quality (not sticker labels or cheap ink-jet printers). 1. If I buy blank retail-quality Diamond CDs (I think this is what they're called; the blank CDs that don't have green bottoms), will my PC or Mac CD/DVD+RW burner be able to burn on them? 2. Is there a professional or near-professional quality ink printer for these CDs? Sticker labels and the common ink-jet printer won't due. I'm looking for the printers that can simulate retail quality, or come very close to it. If my CD/DVD+RW burner won't be able to record onto Diamond CDs, do you guys know about those small-scale CD Pressers? When a retail CD get pressed, it goes through a large factory that burns the music onto it and then gets high-quality artwork painted onto it. These machines are way out of reach of the retail consumer, but there are some companies out there with small-scale machines that can come close to producing the same quality all around. The small-scale machines can burn onto Diamond CDs and press the artwork onto them in pretty high quality. These machines aren't exactly meant for retail consumers either, but I do think that they are within the reach of them. Unfortunately I don't know where to get one. That's why I'm asking. Can anyone shed some light on them? Thanks.