The Verbatim are what I ordered online. I have the Oppo Blu-ray universal player BDP-83SE. However, most DVD players today will play back DVD-Rs using either 96K/24 or 192K/24 audio files, as long as you don't have them set to downsample, or your multichannel preamp/receiver doesn't downsample them. HDTT, Soundkeepers, and some other labels offer such hi-res DVD-Rs - I think the 96K ones are the perfect answer for the ultimate two-channel fidelity. Don't know why more audiophile labels are not offering them. You should try some of the HDTT recordings - made with super gear mostly from pre-recorded commercial 2-track tapes of years ago! Here's an article I wrote on them: http://www.audaud.com/article.php?ArticleID=1443
Sorry to hear Toast can't do 192K but I can't hear it anyway. I also have some 88.2K and 176.4K audio files - now THOSE are a problem. (from M•A Recordings and Reference Recordings).