I have a 1971 Terre Haute pressing of Tapestry in excellent condition, but listening to it I always felt that there was more presence and brightness and clarity possible. I read every thread I could find and never found a satisfactory answer as to why this is or whether there is a better pressing. I just got the MoFi original Master Recording, Special Limited Edition using the Gain 2 Ultra Analog System because I wanted to find out whether my 1971 pressing offered the best and accurate sound. (You can see on my profile what equipment I use and I am not a professional.). This is my short review and comparison; I hope it helps. 1971: As I stated, while this pressing sounds good, I always wanted more out of it. This pressing sounds very blended- the voice and instruments blend together and I feel like I have to listen ore actively to hear different instruments. It was obviously mastered to make the voice prominent and out front. However, it has a very warm sound with a nice warm bass- all the instrumentation is in the background. MoFi RM: I actually had to go back and forth between versions to verify my impressions, but ultimately the MoFi is more immediate and brighter. There is more separation of the instruments and the voice and it sounds more present- like the sound in in the room with you and not a recording. The bass and treble are little more pronounced creating that brightness and presence. I may not have the best 1971 pressing, but I prefer the MoFi RM for these reasons. Happy listening.