I received the Analogue Productions 45 rpm reissue of Dave Brubeck's "Time Out" this weekend, and it was very disappointing. Both discs were badly dished, and disc 1 was pressed off center so there is a lot (a whole lot) of wow. The piano warbling in and out of tune is not what one expects for $50. Also, after spending untold hours getting the azimuth right on a cart, to put a bowl-shaped record on the platter kind of defeats the purpose. It's nice that AP is at least making an effort to step up their game with the gate-fold jacket, yet it still doesn't have quite the printing quality and graphics reproduction of Music Matters. The colors on the iconic cover are kind of washed out looking, and the inner photos are lower resolution than you would expect. In the same order from Acoustic Sounds, I received the "Ben Webster Meets Oscar Peterson" reissue, also from AP, also on 45 rpm. Same thing -- both discs badly dished, one pressed off center. And with the cover they didn't even try, falling back to the horrible single sleeve that has marred so many of their "high-end" reissues -- very thin stock printed on directly (no tip on), poorly glued, barely able to hold the 2 discs. It's just heavy paper stock, not even cardboard. Cover graphics pretty horrible -- grainy and looking like a bad scan job. For $50 it's completely unacceptable, insulting even. Weird also that the Getz/Gilberto reissue from the same Verve series gets the nice gatefold. So I'll be returning both of these. I'm not sure if I'll try for replacements or just get a refund.