The frustration with Sea Change is that MSFL absolutely knocked it out of the park... Then proceeded to do one of the smallest pressing runs in the company's history, ensuring that all available copies will never sell for less than $250 apiece. Meaning most of us will NEVER hear it. No idea why MoFi can't do a repress. (Contracts?) No idea why the MoFi plates weren't used for the new reissue. (Cost cutting?) Regardless, I'm fine with the idea of trying to issue albums that are impossible to find on vinyl now, or were never issued at all. Makes a lot more sense. I mean, Thriller IS a great album, but there's 20 million vinyl copies out there... Including two reissues in the last six years... And once you find an original pressing you pretty much have the audiophile version anyway. Albums from the late 80s, 90s, and early 2000s are far more scarce.