Orchid & Morningrise are terrible for obvious reasons. MAYH is a definite step up but still pretty terrible. Still Life is another step up but still not very good- too much reverb, the clean vocal production & takes aren't that great etc. Blackwater Park- love the drum sound. Especially on tracks like The Leper Affinity, where SW accentuates that drum ring near the end where its fundamental fits over all the chords played. Overall badly mastered and has some other problems, but by far the best so far. Deliverance- pretty cold and sterile. Drum sound isn't great, but vocal harmonies and clean vocal production in general is fantastic. Not as well produced as BWP Damnation has my favourite production on Opeth records. Despite having a few issues it has a lot of character, warmth, and in general the most fitting production. Too pumped though. Should probably have been sent elsewhere for mastering. Drum sound is very odd- not techincally well recorded, but definitely has character. From memory there was slight drum phasing between mics, haven't listened to it in a very long time though. Ghost Reveries is the most powerful of the heavier records, but a bit sterile. Interesting though, as its quite lush, but too techincally perfect- beat detective, autotune etc. Lacks character. Some of the vocal melodies are pretty wrong- something Jens obviously doesn't concentrate on. Very modern sounding with it's compression use etc. I doubt the next will differ much from Ghost Reveries production wise. Maybe Jens engineering with S.W producing would acheive the best result? Somewhere in between GR and BWP would be good. And get someone decent to master for once.