Since there's been some discussion about the different versions of this show available, I thought I'd upload a comparison clip of Lawdy Miss Clawdy. The clip is here. What this contains is about 40 seconds of the original mix, the FTD remix, and the Legacy remix (in that order). A few comments: 1. On the original mix, you can hear the fake crowd noise/applause added as the track begins 2. The FTD remix has a substantial amount of digital reverb added. Also, it is mixed much less widely than the original mix. As far as mastering goes, it's digitally compressed and was quite loud in its original form (I had to significantly lower the volume on this clip to make it match the other two clips). 3. The Legacy remix is similar to the original mix in terms of stereo spread, instrumental placement, and lack of reverb. However, Elvis' voice is notably lower in the mix than either previous mix. It's sad that the complete show has been remixed twice and they didn't get it right either time. It's really pick your poison if you want to hear the complete show. For me, the Legacy is the lesser of two evils... the FTD remix sounds boxey and claustrophobic, as well as boomy and unnatural due to the reverb. And the mastering is lousy. The Legacy has great mastering with good dynamic range and a natural, clear sound, but it's frustrating to have Elvis' vocals too low. Fortunately, I agree with everyone who has said that Jarvis got it right with the original album edit, cutting the right things to make a stronger presentation. 95% of the time when I want to hear this show, it's the original mix I reach for.