Well, it's kind of an apples/oranges thing. The *recording* of the 12 tracks for Point of No Return is extremely high-quality. IMO, there are three Capitol albums that could strongly benefit from a tastefully-done remix: Come Dance with Me, Nice 'n' Easy (heresy, I know), and Point of No Return. The tone on the 12 POINT album tracks on that Walsh CD from 1987 is passable, but the vocal tone sounds fat and tubby to my ears. The 1953 bonus tracks are kind of the opposite. I think the recording of those four initial Capitol/Sinatra tracks is among the worst in the entire Capitol/Sinatra run. The problem? I think it's "too much band" (in terms of decibels and microphones placement, not necessarily human body count) in too small of a space. On the other hand, the mastering of those tracks on the Walsh CD seems to be really well done and "hands off," with only the very minor caveat of a stereo machine being used to play back mono tapes. The dynamics are good, the tone is good (for the recording), and reverb isn't added (at least not on the first two -- the only ones I've listened to thus far for comparison). I guess that I'd have to answer "yes" to your question!