Okay, I'm ready to concede at this point that my W7 Moondance isn't a first pressing. I think the comment I made regarding vinyl thickness in the other thread still applies though - in other words, there doesn't seem to be any significant difference in the thickness of Warner Brother's vinyl during the whole Seven Arts period up through the release of "His Band & Street Choir" on the green WB label in 1970. It only thins out a bit starting with 1971 pressings, including first pressings of "Tupelo Honey". However, one perhaps more telltale sign is the gatefold sleeve format. Certain Warner Brothers LPs I have around that period varied in the width of the spine of the gatefold - some very thin, others much wider. My "Moondance" W7 with the non-tambourine mix does have a thinner spine, leading me to believe the pressing probably dates around late 1970.