My experience is the following (I copied most of this text from my out of print vinyl thread):
I have the following digital releases …
Sony Legacy 2016 2CD with add. tracks
Sony 2013 24/192 mono release and stereo release
None of those comes close to the following vinyl releases except that the MFSL SACD sounds similar to the MFSL LP.
I have the following vinyl releases…
The Stereo 180g, 45 RPM 4 single sided Classic Records Grundman remastering from 3track
The Stereo 180g and 200g Classic Records Grundman masterings 33RPM in Blue vinyl and black Quiex vinyl from 3track
The difficult to identify and find Stereo Vinyl remastered by Kevin Gray for Sony Legacy done on his old mastering chain and the one done on his new one.
The very appreciated and essential RSD mono remastering done by Ryan K Smith (also analog sourced due to latest user info on the analogplanet site from a Communication with R.K. Smith)
The MFSL 45 RPM
I don’t bore you with the sequence I like them as all of them have their merits, so here’s the best by quite a margin for me:
The 45 RPM 4 single sided Classic Records Grundman remastering. If you can get it for less than 400$ today and have that money to spend on it, get it. It’s by quite a step from its also very good sounding 33RPM releases the most tubey and airy with most ambience sounding release of all the great ones. Others have their merit, too and I don’t want to miss them, as treble sound of some Grundman releases is not optimal on any setup, but it works fine on mine and this one clearly leads imo. If you have questions on another of those releases, just ask.