I bought a few Bespoke CD-Rs at the time and had great difficulty with them. At the time the CD-R medium was fairly new and I found that I was getting a lot of distortion because my player couldn't handle the format. The Enid kindly re-made the discs on higher quality blanks (Maxell) but after a short while the sticky paper labels started to wreak their own revenge and the discs "dished" if they were in a warm / hot CD player making the later parts of the discs unplayable. There was also a minor issue of one or two tracks not being accurately identified.
Nearly 20 years later these issues are pretty irrelevant as most players can "see" these discs really well and labels are now printed on-disc in dedicated printers and mislabelled recordings can always be corrected. I still have the list of musical works originally offered and would recommend a large number of them but perhaps assembling CD-R compilations would be better than offering the tracks up individually? For example, the "Farewell" concerts offer the following 80-minute selection: Raindown, Jessica, Then There Were None, Summer, The Last Judgement/In the Region of the Summer Stars, Fand. A brilliant complement to "Final Noise" though I'd still love to have the full "Fand" story by Francis and that raucous reading of "Wild Thing"!
In closing, should the "Bespoke" series be re-launched? I recall they were originally £20 each and the presentation was modest. If The Enid are willing to sell these discs at that price today I think it could be a very successful venture.