While this is great news to replace the existing poor cd versions, I wonder what the worth is in just remastering the existing stereo mixes. Particularly anything pre-68 the stereo versions were just thrown today compared to the attention given to the mono mixes. Why not spend time creating stereo mixes that preserve the feel and intention of the original mono mixes? e.g. the existing stereo version of Sgt. Pepper is universally accepted as being poor compared to the mono version, so while the remastered version may sound better from a sonic point of view, as a mix it's still going to be inferior to the mono version which reflected the intension of the band and George Martin.
Here There And Everywhere is an example - the existing stereo version has the great harmonies all crammed together coming out of one channel. The version released as part of the Anthology project on the Real Love cd single has these harmonies in glorious stereo - to go with McCartney's guide vocal!! Wouldn't it be better to have something like this on a remixed stereo Revolver, but which preserves the original feel of the record?
Just a thought. But the mono box set sounds great!!