I have many copies of Nevermind, including the Deluxe 20th Anniversary Edition,and this edition is great. First of all, this gatefold is super nice and about time. The image is very clean, the jacket is nice and firm. More durable and less susceptible to creases. Next, the record came super clean, something many new releases miss on quality control unfortunately these days. The 7 inch record was clean and the jacket was sharp. I played the record immediately upon opening. In my opinion, the past Pallas pressing was excellent and affordable. The 20th anniversary edition was also well pressed and sounded great. I noticed the drums really sound crisp, the vocals sound in your room quality and the detail is obviously present. Base lines are very rich and deep in my opinion. My record collection is not world class, somewhere around 900 albums. They are a mix of repress and first press, with many somewhere in between. But anyone who appreciates vinyl knows that some records really fill the room and have amazing presence. I have dozens that stand out,this Nevermind Anniversary issue is in that company. My audio set is not that of a professional or millionaire, but it is respectable. My cartridge is an Ortofon red. I know there are better and more expensive setups, but most people don't spend 10k or more on a turntable, pre amp and speakers. So if you have a quality but modest rig around 1200 to 1500 bucks like mine, im sure you'll enjoy this record. Overall the jacket gets an A+ on image and construction for durability and presentation. The record itself is shiny clean, nice label, and flat. The record comes in a black inner sleeve. If you don't own a descent copy of Nevermind and don't want to drop 60 to 100 bucks on one, im fairly certain you'll find the 30 bucks well spent.