Received my order with the recently reissued 180 gm version of Gish. At first, I thought the reissued colour obtuse, but upon second thought, it's a good way of distinguishing the original from the reissue. The artwork is very nice, the gate-fold extremely heavy and well done. They even go the extra mile and include a poly lined inner sleeve along with the original inner artwork that is not replicated on a single sheet like most reissues, but is actually capable of storing the disc which shows that they are putting in quite the bit of effort to deliver this version of the album. The copy I received did have one minor quality control issue to note. I first opened the disc and thought the Side B label was bubbled up and in a horrible state. As I placed the record on the spindle, I noticed it started to come off altogether. As I peered under, I noticed there were in fact two labels applied, and the first was still perfectly in tact, so I could remove the second. Nothing serious, just something to note. Sonically, it presents a very wide soundstage that has been well mastered for the vinyl, and I would believe it is from the original analogue tapes, and does not have its origins from a digitally compressed version like some of the European/Japanese reissues that have flooded the markets lately. I now no longer have to search for a decent used copy of the original, since this one does the album justice. Unless you are stuck for wanting the original artwork, then this should be perfect for you.