Well, let’s see … the latest actual “records” (which is what we called vinyl LPs back when I first got into music) I bought, would be the Kate Bush “Remastered” box sets:
The pressings are excellent, on very-quiet vinyl, and the remasters themselves are solid take on the originals (which I also own, from back when they were originally release, both on vinyl and CD).
Quality control also seems excellent. Out of 18 physical discs/36 sides, I only had two sides that had any issues at all. Fixing that required just buying the appropriate “Remastered” individual LPs, swapping them out, and doing a return.
Kate’s own “Fish People” label has, historically, been highly focused on high-quality reproduction, so that’s an additional bonus. It’s certainly in evidence in these re-issues.
Now if the buggers would get around to releasing the digital “Remastered II” collection (sets 3 and 4 from the vinyl collection) in hi-res digital, I could purchase the digital copies as well … as I really do not fancy doing 36 sides of needle-drops!