Just got The Kinks Are Well Respected Men on PRT. Very very good compilation - basically the Kinks' version of Past Masters, every non-album track released to that point (or, at least, most of them), presented chronologically, all in mono. Biggest problem I've found so far is a bunch of distracting volume fluctuations all throughout "A Well Respected Man" - I'm going to have to do my own edit to fix that, but I don't have the patience for that now. Does anybody have any recommendations for the best-sounding CD/digital version of the mono mix of "David Watts"? According to Dave Emlen's site, its first appearance was in 1997 on an EMI comp CD, which I would imagine is at least similar to the 1998 remaster (which is awful). I'm trying to make a compilation of all my favorite Kinks tracks, mono up through "Days" (chronologically) and the rest in stereo, with the best/most consistent sound possible. "Stop Your Sobbing" and "David Watts" seem to have been stereo-only until the '98 series - at least I was able to get the mono "Sobbing" from the hi-res, but "David Watts" remains elusive.