I recently purchased a couple Albums on Amazon and didn’t realize I’d ordered “on demand” CDRs. I noticed something was off immediately, as the CD art looked really cheap, like it’d been printed on somebody’s home office tabletop printer. Like a bootleg. Lo and behold I checked my order and it says. . . . “When sold by Amazon.com, this product will be manufactured on demand using CD-R recordable media. Amazon.com's standard return policy will apply.” I’m pretty disappointed by this because I was expecting original copies and I’m suspicious they’re burned off mp3, not the original master audio files. Does anybody know, or can anybody confirm, whether Amazon is burning theses CDs from original 16bit/44.1 (at least) master audio instead of mp3?