Films of YBa2CU3O7-δ have been grown on 1” LaAlO3 by OMVPE utilizing M(tmhd)n (M = Ba, Cu: n = 2; M = Y: n = 3; tmhd = 2,2,6,6-tetramethylheptane-3,5-dionato) as the source materials in a cold wall, vertical rotating disk reactor. The resultant films were characterized by SEM, XRD, Tc, Jc, and surface profilometry measurements. Relative to laser ablated thin films, the surface morphology was determined to be virtually featureless. In-situ depositions at substrate temperatures of <700°C, employing nitrous oxide as the oxidizing reagent, produced annular irregularities in the electronic properties of these films. The highest quality was observed near the film's center, with a marked decay evident toward the exterior 7 mm perimeter of the coated wafer.