As I ready myself for official Scratch Certification coming for the Rane MP-2015 in TP 2.8, I find myself wondering why there isn't a larger selection (or better options) for the timecode vinyls. I personally own a pair of Fluorescent Orange MK1 12"s, standard Black MK2 12"s, my cherished Clear MK2 12"s but I want more! My problem is: I can't seem to find much of anything nicer than standard black vinyls. While most will only need two discs for playing out, I think that it's always a good time to keep the timecode vinyl fresh by creating new colors, sizes, and weights. I offer some of my ideas here and hope NI will consider them: Re-issue fluorescent/Glow In the Dark discs: Orange, Blue, Green Add White (Glow-in the dark greenish white), (Stabilo) Neon Pink and Neon Yellow More standard colors: Magic mint, Aquamarine, Persian green, Prussian blue, Electric indigo, Chartreuse, Gold (metallic), School bus yellow, Mahogany, Doo-doo Brown!, etc. Clears: Bottle Green, Blue Bottle Jellyfish blue, Smoke, Portuguese Man O'War coloration; Pink and Yellows with that light cast effect. Oh yeah.....where's the 10"s? Picture discs with designs, color mixtures, etc. Some of these colors may not even be possible ...but in my honest opinion, NI needs to revamp the timecode pressing program. I'd love to be able to assist with this part and allow the labels to get a little more style... Designs, well...an official Designer series doesn't need to commission art. People who love vinyl and want to use timecode would get a treat with just a few more colors, more sizes, more weight, and more character - all are needed! I'd even say that even a white and single solid colored labels (that match the disc), kinda look blank but have White UV painted text around the edges of the label would be dope too... I'm interested. I'd love to discuss further.