The CD layer is loudnessed and some peaks are clipped (honestly, what do you expect from modern masters nowadays?). Still sounds good. The clarity and separation is much better than what is on any of the older masters, including the MFSL. Toms are nice and separate from the bass guitar. Vocals are clear. The drums sound better than any of the other masters. But the damn thing does clip and is louder than it should be.
If you ever get a chance the SACD layer is fantastic and didn't get the CD loudness treatment.
Here's a Sterephile review of the CD layer vs. the SACD layer showing that the CD layer is louder and suffers sonically because of it.
Then once you have the SACD version look for one of the older masters just to be able to compare and to know how the album sounds with old-school dynamics. But no need to buy one of the $100+ versions.
I've got an older Capitol, the MFSL, the Doug Sax, and the SACD versions. The MFSL and the SACD versions are the ones I listen to. Which one depends on mood. But the SACD version usually wins out.