Brad, Have you seen this thread at the Hoffman Forum?
These OJC CD-Rs are legit and also sold at a major brick & mortar store down here (JB HiFi). Naturally, there's also been an accompanying price increase with these discs. These are not the same as the Amazon on Demand cds. I've also found a few Blue Note titles as well. Heck, even a Deutsche Grammophon Classical CD!
I agree 100% with Allen Lowe above. As far as returning them though, I recently purchased a Classical Cd from Lyrita via ebay. Turns out it was a CD-R with awful print quality (almost illegible) for the the booklet. First and only time I complained, Lyrita/Ebay returned me this message...
We will refund you
Note this would be the only way you can purchase this item and MOD/manufactured on demand is coming big as labels do not want to keep stock on commersially [sic] small items
Kind regards "
My issue is that CD-Rs should be labelled as such, though I'm more understanding of the smaller labels doing this than I am from Concord (OJC), etc.