Ok, just listened to the two debut releases. Note that the original CD releases are pretty good. The remaster is definitely more dynamic, cleaner, & more defined. Of course it's also 'hotter', ie pumped up. I clearly noted the volume change between the two, and I was getting a little fatigue with the remaster. For the occasional listen I'd think it would be worth the purchase, particularly if you only listen to one of these CDs at a time. My ears aren't what they once were, so better ears or more critical systems may find it too hot for enjoyment.
Listening to Shady Grove now. Like the 1st the original release is good, but the remaster is better. In this case more listenable than the debut, doesn't seem quite as hot, no fatigue.
To a degree it's also system dependent, though my office system is pretty smooth in general. SS amp, tube pre, hybrid DAC, Sony 300 disc changer, Dahlquist monitors. Listening extremely near field. You might have an issue listening to more than 1 or two of these CDs in a row at volume, I listen at pretty reasonable levels, but if I didn't already have most of the releases in one form or another, and I wanted the literature as well I'd go for it. I'm not particularly good on technical terminology, but the remasters have a presence/clarity missing in the original releases.
Hope that helps some, YMMV.