So, Today, I was listening with headphones to a CD made from the MFSL Lp of "Please Please Me", in Stereo. Now we know that George Martin basically put all the instruments on one channel of the BTR twin track machine, and the vocals on the other, then overdubbed a few parts stereo to stereo. (Except for "Boys", which has Ringos vocal and Ringos drums on the same side) But today, when playing "I Saw Her Standing There", at least on this version, which was heavily EQ'd by MFSL, it sounds for all the world like Lennon's rhythm guitar is on the "Vocal" side, and Harrisons lead guitar is on the "instrumental" side. Also, on "Misery", the opening guitar chord is Definitely on the "Vocal" side, you can hear it bounce off the back wall of Abbey Road and then get picked up a few milliseconds later by the mics on the "Instrumental" side. Is this just excessive "bleed" of the two items or did GM mic it that way for those two songs, as he did with Ringo for "Boys", but the 1960s masterings kind of mask it? I'll say one thing....some people dont like the MFSL mastering, but boy is it clear as a bell. I can hear things on this version I dont anywhere else.