I really don't want to make another HD thread but do have some questions that just don't seem to be answered. http://forums.stevehoffman.tv/threads/electric-light-orchestra-in-high-resolution-for-sale-at-hd-tracks-pono.481373/ http://www.hdtracks.com/eldorado-267586 https://www.ponomusic.com/ccrz__CCPage?pageKey=product&oId=of%3A82157c0c38304a6880f7826851a7e485&type=Album&artistId=of%3A9743448614f349f2b98714e424e52bc2 If you notice there are HD remasters coming out almost daily. I choose ELO Eldorado as an example but it's information database is really just the same as most of these new HD remasters. My point here is that there is absolutely no history or information on these new recordings? We are suppose to be living in an information age, but as far as Pono Tracks or HD Tracks there is absolutely zero information as to the process at hand? Take for example the audiophile records or CDs of the past. Even when you had a printed hard copy the jacket went on to explain the remaster process and the history of the tapes. Some sleeves went on to suggest how to care for your disks and records would even explain needle wear and lifetime, along with the theory involved in getting the best playback sound possible. Today we are left with questions. All this may be just in favor of the record companies as if you had a 16bit/44.1kHz remaster what chance would you get for sonic improvement from the same remaster put in HD. There are always these stories of how the artist has unearthed new rolls of master tapes and how there is this "cause" to try and resurrect or improve the musical detail. Still all we can do is listen and compare and guess as there is absolutely no hard evidence as to the process at hand. The public at large just goes along with the process, buying HD as a hope to get insurance to better SQ even if they hear it or not? You would think more information as to the history of these new classic album releases would help sales and generate interest and knowledge. Still in the end we are just left with a simple gamble, to keep what we have or take a chance? Am I missing something here?