Back in the LP days, I had the two disk set of Little Feat's "Waiting for Columbus" on a half speed mastered MFSL pressing. It sounded great. When I shifted my collection to CD, I bought the album in the regular Warner Bros CD release and it sounded good, but they cut a few songs to fit two LPs onto a single CD. That always irked me, and after getting the "Hotcakes and Outtakes" 4 CD compilation of Little Feat, I decided to see if I could find a two disk set of "Waiting for Columbus". I found that Warner/Rhino have it on a 2 disk set now, but then I stumbled across the MFSL gold CD for $35, which was steep, but I figured it would sound better than Rhino's remaster. Well, today I compared "Fat Man in the Bathtub" and "All That You Dream" from the MFSL release to the exact same tracks on the Warners/Rhino "Hotcakes and Outtakes" best of set... They sounded almost identical. A tiny bit more upper mid in the MFSL, but no really significant audio quality difference. I googled up reviews and found audiophile reviewers falling all over themselves talking about how much better the MFSL disk was than the regular release... better soundstage, micro-detail, etc... 10 on a scale of 1 to 10... all the glittering generalities people use to describe overpriced equipment. Well, it's a bunch of hogwash. I spent almost $40 with shipping to buy the same thing I could have gotten in the regular 2 CD release for $15. Lesson learned.