Mitsui Gold Ultra/PRO STUDIO (24x-80 minutes)(europe)/ Mitsui Gold (US)(24x-74/80 minutes)in ink jet /thermal transfer and normal version.
Mitsui Golden dye (74/80-minutes)/ Mitsui X-tra files gold.(80 minutes)
The first ones are the ones to get and which are pretty hard to get here in Holland and which will cost around the 14 euro's (for 10
These are the ones that scored a 1 for disc quality in most german magazines.(1 is the best 5 is the worst)
Combining these results it can be concluded that for most burners the Gold Ulra/Pro Studio/Gold US are one of the best cd-r's out there.
7AUD is about 4,17 euro which is really cheap. I would say try a box. Since you have a Lite On check the results with WSES.
They should be really good as long as you burn them at the rated speed but probally also with higher speeds.
My experience with Mitsui disc's is really good. Specially when my philips 3610 writer was allmost dead and I could only write Mitsui disc's now other brand it would write without problems. Also the 12x and 16x disc's could be written at 24x with my plextor 24/10/40A without any problems and withouth high error rates.
Quality disc's can sometimes be bought very cheap. Two months ago I could buy Metal Azo disc's very cheap(5 euro's a box) and now I have to pay more than the double for the same disc's at the same store only this is a new batch and this batch was more expensive so the disc's costs more. 3 Months ago I could buy KODAK Ultima's for 5 euro's a box. Not as good as the gold ones from Kodak but still nice for that price. Now Kodak has quite with the cd-r bussiness and the same shop is asking the double for the last packs of KODAK's.
What I am saying is sometimes it is just a question of being at the right place at the right time.