Well, I've grown accostumed to the Let It Be version as it was done by Phil Spector and his 'wall of sound' in 1970. Comparing to the 'new' Naked-version, it's clear that the songs Dig It and Maggie Mae have been removed in favour of Don't Let Me Down. Fine by me. The talking (most of the times by John Lennon) from the rooftop concert has also been removed. In that opinion, the Naked-version may even be more a studio-album! There are differences between the songs on these two albums, but that doesn't count for every song. The most obvious example is The Long And Winding Road. Paul McCartney (and George Martin as well) always said they hated the way Phil Spector had added all kinds of choirs, violins and other strings to the arrangement. On the Naked-version, the song can be heard more in the way McCartney meant it. I Me Mine, Across The Universe and Let It Be are other songs that are more simplified and got rid of the strings and choirs from Phil Spector. My opinion is that they are much more clear and more Beatles-songs than on the old version. Other songs show no or just slight differences. I think that the Naked-version is more the album as an answer to the original idea of getting back the plain, simple, non-bombastic songs. That also the reason why I like it better and should prefer buying the Naked-version. But there's been a lot of discussion about this already.