How can I tell if a recorded CD-R will meet the Redbook standards? I want to be able to make a demo CD that will play in all players that are designed to read audio CDs. I realize that some old machines may not be able to read through the greenish tint as opposed to the clear silver looking pressed ones, but otherwise I want the demo CD to be capatible. Which programs can I use for burning CDs will actually meet the redbook standards? Many programs seem to claim they do, but I don't trust them when they burn 80 minute CDs and claim to be redbook standard. Doesn't Redbook standards require 74 minute CDs? I know there is more to it than that, so I look forward to hear answers, suggestions and/or comments. Thanks.