I have a question to all members of the Forum. Does it matter to you, as a listener, if the CD selection has been re-mastered or re-mixed from its original form? I ask this question because I was watching The Screensavers on TechTV and they had a segment with Eddy Kramer, Jimi Hendrix's producer. He was in the process of remixing a Jimi Hendrix song(taken from the original 2-track quarter-inch analog master tape and the song was Crosstown Traffic). I recommend everyone to watch it if you can. Anyway, the tape was played through a old Neve multi channel mixer for its "fat, analog sound" and processed through external sound processors(looked like tube-based Manley Labs units) and finally "compressed" with a external compressor(couldn't see the brand name or model number). The final step was transferring this remix to a digital audio workstation for mastering. I, for one, was shocked with the amount of "tweaking" Kramer used in the song. While I listened to the final product on my TV speakers, it was hard to judge the changes he made but he was proud of his work. What was wrong with the original version of the song?