I have the Impex One Step, the Doug Sax remaster and the Mofi 45 RPM on vinyl as well as the Mofi SACD, the unmastered DSD and the Doug Sax DSD as sold from AcousticSounds as digital versions.
The Mofi releases and seemingly also the AcousticSounds DSD come from the initial mix with lots of reverb, the other two from the 2011 remix without or at least much less reverb.
The ones with reverb sound much more spectacular, also in ambiance and depth than the dry ones.
Of the dry ones the One Step is the best in terms of dynamics, transients, detail, immediacy, soundstage/imaging. It has more than all others and maybe a little too much EQ on top end, but that’s system dependent.
Of the initial mix ones, the Mofi vinyl is clearly the best and really sounding spectacular and a little better balanced than the One Step, if not with as sharp transients etc.
So wet or dry is a preference question. As I like the EQ choices of the Mofi better and as the spectacular, reverb drenched soundstage is quite much more fascinating, I personally prefer the Mofi vinyl. But the dynamic, immediate, dry sound of the One Step is also very very good.
The digital versions are behind all of the vinyl ones, but with very similar characteristics of both mixes.