I just picked up the Journey Greatest Hits stereo SACD last night, and two things struck me as interesting as I compared this SACD to the corresponding remastered Sony CD. One thing about the SACD is good, the other is bad. 1) The Good: The SACD has 16 tracks, while the remastered CD has 15 tracks. Sony added "When You Love A Woman" as track 15 to the SACD. All other tracks are the same between the two discs. I've never seen an SACD from Sony that didn't mirror the CD in terms of track selection. Is this a first? 2) The Bad: For some reason, the intro. to track 5, "I'll Be Alright Without You", is considerably shorter on the SACD than on the CD. This is disturbing. The track time on the CD is 4:49, while it is 4:33 on the SACD. I definitely prefer the intro. on the CD. Sony left out the twangy guitar part of the intro. on the SACD. What gives? I wonder if a shorter version of this song was ever released for a single and/or for radio airplay and if such a version was used for the SACD. I dunno. There is a credit on the SACD that says "SACD Editing: Adam Ayan", so maybe this Mr. Ayan did some chopping of the original masters. I don't know if such an editing credit is common on SACDs. I don't recall seeing one on my other SACDs, though I haven't gone through them since noticing the credit on the Journey disc. Even though the SACD has the extra track, the total playing time is 65 minutes and change, so Sony did not have to cut out any material. I have not listened to the SACD and CD track for track to see if there are any other ommissions on or additions to the SACD.