Just wrapped up listening to all... Also, all were washed in Spin Clean before playing. Kenny - As said, sounds great, flat. Joey Ramone - Some noise in between songs, but sounds fine. Slight warp. Toots - Pretty noisy with some pops and clips. Split vinyl may be the worst "special" color variation for sound. Def Leppard - Flat, thick black vinyl. Sounds great! Crank it. When the boys were just a good NWOBHM band. UFO 10" - Cool clear vinyl, sounds and looks great. Very crackable Strangers studio versions without crowd noise. Non-RSD new release pickups: Blackberry Smoke - You Hear Georgia - 3 sides with etching. The usual nice packaging but noisy vinyl. Cheap Trick - In Another World - Gotta love CT, but the title and artwork are dreadful. I got the exclusive Indy version (splatter) from my locsl shop, but inside was a picture disc! An obvious mistake at the plant. I took it back and all 6 of his splatter copies were picture discs. He called the ditributor and they hope to replace copies, but I'm not holding my breath. I'll spin the picture disc to see how it sounds, but probably wind up going to the black vinyl. Anyone else see this problem?