Back in the 1980s, I had Low-Life; Power Corruption & Lies; Brotherhood; and Technique all on cassette. Substance is the only title I purchased on CD (and somehow Movement slipped through the cracks. A recent revived interest and purchase of additional works by The Smiths, Stone Roses, Happy Mondays and The Sundays has convinced me that a lack of New Order's work is a major hole in my CD collection that needs to be filled. Toward that end, I'd like to pick up the best quality CD versions (of Movement, Low-Life, PC&L, Brotherhood, and Technique) I can. I'm aware of the huge debacle surrounding the 2008 expanded remasters from reading the thread here. So assuming that all of those errors have been addressed in the following run of re-reissues from 2009, it seems that there are basically 3 viable options: 1) original Qwest 2) original Factory 3) 2008 (2009 corrected) expanded reissues Primary consideration for me is sound quality. Secondary consideration is quality of bonus tracks (i.e. if they are compelling then I might go for those over an even better version, or just get both). If your answer is 'Factory', what is the best way to go about picking these up online (from the U.S.)? (I'm assuming that most copies from U.S. Amazon Marketplace sellers will be Quests; Amazon itself no longer offers these, suggesting that they are OOP). I just check Amazon.co.uk and many of the New Order titles have a label listed as "Factory Too" and the release date as 2000. I wonder if these are straight up reissues of the original Factory editions. Thank you for any opinions and insight you can offer, even if you've just heard one or two of these versions. I haven't heard anything on CD with the exception of my Qwest Substance, which sounds a little muddy to me (not sure if the other Qwests are the same).