Ok well I got it! Everything is perfect. There’s nothing wrong with them at all. I’ve played each one from start to finish. I like how glossy the covers are. A bit off color a wee bit but I’m used to it with other reissues so it doesn’t phase me. Edges are sharp but not like knives. I’m wondering if these reviews are over the top finicky collectors. I’m used to modern vinyl being a bit sharp so this is nothing new. The holes look smaller like your typical modern occasional 180 gram LP. My “Owl City” albums have a bit smaller hole. Along with a Taylor Swift Record and many others. My Rumours reissue has a smaller hole then these. They fit just perfectly on both my turntables. The holes are centered normally like any album. The albums sound amazing, like a Brand new 8Track out of the box kept away from any type of magnitization. Doesn’t match the original albums in terms of analogue. These are clearly taken from digital masters which I expected anyway. They are a step above the Remastered Classics CDs. My ONLY complaint is that Offering wasn’t issued and we got the Ticket To Ride cover. In “gold” Richard refers the song Ticket To Ride “from the album offering.” We all know what the first album was, it was changed at the time to Boost sales and ease Karen’s paranoia of thinking she looked fat. We couldn’t been given an empty Jacket at least? Many prefer the earthy organic 60s vibe as it matches the listening experience. I stuck one of my four offerings in there with enough space. But other then that the set is fine. Maybe I got lucky. Maybe people are over the top finicky. Who knows. Worth more then $85!