You might consider doing it yourself. I have an Epson Stylus Photo R200 that I got for $90. It will print on printable CDs, and comes with a good (although basic) application for doing the layout and design of the CD graphics called EPSON Print CD. It's a photo printer so the image quality on printed CDs is just about as high as you're going to get anywhere. You can buy printable CD-Rs for roughly the same price as regular CD-Rs. You could easily do 10 in less than an hour yourself.