This is my final list. I have not compared all the Elton SHM CDs and won't likely be buying any more. I am glad I bought these, as in every case they bettered my old MCA and DJM CDs, but at the same time I didn't find myself as impressed with any of them as I am with MFSL, AF, DCC CDs. S/T - Good - I found this one to sound dull at lower volumes, wish it opened up a bit more when I turned it up. While the other Elton SHM CDs seem to have a similar EQ, it seems to be more pronounced here. I found that the imaging was murky on this at times. Still, for it’s smooth EQ, I find this to be the best mastering that I have heard for this album. Better than the UK DJM CD and better than the MCA CD. Tumbleweed Connection - Very Good - To me, this one is a noticeable step up from the S/T SHM, SQ wise. Nice clarity, with a smooth, crankable EQ. I find this to be the best mastering I have heard for this album, better than my previous favorites, the MFSL and Japan MCA. Also better than the DJM/Polydor. Madman Across The Water - Very Good - Sounds about as good as the Tumbleweed SHM. Again, nice smooth, crankable EQ, nice dynamics, highlighted on the first two tracks. When the drums come in on Levon, they have a nice kick without being boomy. I find this to be the best mastering I have heard for this album, bettering my prior favorite, the original USA MCA CD. Honky Chateau - Very Good - I liked this one a bit more than the others I have heard so far. It sounds more lively due to being more open on top. Otherwise, it has that nice balanced EQ I heard on the others. Nothing is harsh, but nothing is dull. Nice kick to the drums too. I find this to be the best mastering I have heard for this album, bettering my prior favorite, the MFSL, along with the WG DJM and the Japan for USA MCA CD. Don’t Shoot Me - Very Good/Good - Liked the sound on this one a bit less than the few that preceded it. I am disappointed, as I had hoped the SHM CD for this one was going to be among the best sounding. As it stands, some tracks are fine, others (like Elderberry Wine) are too bright. Still, it’s less bright overall than my former favorite, the Japan for USA MCA CD, so it is my new favorite mastering for this album. Goodbye Yellow Brick Road - Good - Probably like the sound of this one the least of those I have heard so far. I found the imaging to be unfocused and lacking clarity. Didn’t even listen to the whole thing. I definitely prefer my Japan MFSL to this. Captain Fantastic - Very Good - One of the best sounding Elton SHM CDs, I really enjoyed this one. Great dynamics and full bottom end. I like this more than my old favorite, the WG DJM CD. Blue Moves - Very Good - About as good as the others, while still having the same faults - needing to play it loud to get good sound out of it, softer passages sound too distant, with blurry imaging at times. Still, because it is complete and because it is not bright like my old MCA, I prefer this mastering.