Over the years I've acquired Classic 60's-70s Rock, Soul & Jazz CD twofers from the UK label BGO Records to add to my collection. Off the top of my head I believe I have all of their Savoy Brown releases, with some Spirit, Steppenwolf, Mountain, Poco, Billy Preston, Boz Scaggs, John Hiatt and others. So far I've been pretty happy with the sound quality & packaging. And they seem to take their customer service seriously. I purchased a handful of sealed ones the other day from some large vendor at the Austin Record Convention. When I got home the first one I opened had a missing disc. I thought I was probably screwed but I emailed customer service at BGO and they promptly sent me a replacement at no charge. That good service put them back on my radar screen and got me thinking about buying more. (See, record companies, good customber service does pay off!) Anyone have BGO favorites they could reccomend? Also, please feel free to mention any that should be avoided. Any input would be much appreciated! *P.S. - Hooray! After years of standing on the sideline as a non member soaking up all the wisdom from this place I finally got off my *** and joined and hopefully made a worthwhile post. Oh yeah, and I guess it probably goes without saying around here....Steve Hoffman's a god! His reccomendations on the A.P. Nat King Cole SACDs and RCA Living Stereo SACD collection were on the money.