Frampton Comes Alive - a great live album that now SOUNDS good. I've listened to it a couple times over the past couple of days. Absolutely SLAYS the vinyl version.
DiMeola/DeLucia/McLaughlin - Friday Night in San Francisco - the performance is so spectacular that the recording isn't really relevant. The vinyl is great the SACD is great. Push in terms of sound quality but, to be honest, I get so caught up in the music that I could care less.
Police - Synchronicity. JHC, has it really been 25 years since this came out? 1983? Oy, talk about feeling older. You know, I was never a HUGE Police fan. Liked them but not a fanatic. THIS sounds stellar. Reminds me of the Dire Straits/BIA album in terms of production and so forth. This is a must have.
Meat Loaf - Bat Out of Hell. SOOO disappointing. Not that the SACD is 'bad' but it just is so underwhelming compared to what it COULD sound like. I saw Meat live back in the early 90's and he was FABULOUS. As such, like Springsteen, listening to his recorded material just leaves you feeling unsatisfied.