I have to confess that I have absolutely no interest in the perennial Jarvis debates. Frankly, they've sidetracked more than a handful of otherwise-interesting online Elvis discussions. All I'll say is that I find it interesting that some of Elvis' most acclaimed work (early RCA, the immediate post-army sessions) was essentially self-produced by Elvis himself, meaning that he didn't need a producer one way or another. In the end, whatever you think about Elvis' career decisions, the buck stops with him: he could have fired Parker, he could have fought against the cliched movie scripts, he could have recorded whatever he wanted to (actually, he did do that, whatever the standard narrative says...he certainly didn't have publishing rights on the Kristofferson or Dylan songs he recorded in the 70s). Anyway, I quite like You'll Think Of Me. As far as the arrangement goes, it strikes me as a far superior take on This Is The Story. The dynamics are better, with a more satisfying payoff in the chorus. As is often the case with the BIM tracks, I prefer the undubbed versions, which seem more honest and emotionally striking than the master. Either way, though, it's a fine song that I always enjoy hearing.