I thought it would be really cool if companies would release dual-sided CD-Rs, thereby increasing the density of a disc from 800 MB to 1600 MB. Of course, we would lose space for labeling, but so what? The manufacturers could give us some space at the center for labeling as is done with dual-sided DVDs. After we get dual-sided CD-Rs, we would, of course, have to have "Both-Side Play" CD players akin to LD players. Basically, you could put ten CDs in a carousel changer or up to 800 CDs in a megachanger. Kenwood recently released DVD megachangers with the both-side play feature, so the idea isn't far-fetched, in my opinion. Now, if you daisy-chain two both-side play CD megachangers, you could have access to as many as 1600 CDs! I'd like to see that. Dual-side CD-Rs probably wouldn't be too feasible for the car because they would be prone to serious fingerprints, but for the home at least, I think that would useful. Well, if we don't see dual-sided CD-Rs, maybe we'll see such technology with recordable SACD.