Test-burns will be made to ensure that the discs' menus and special features still work properly, but assuming everything beneath the hood went as it should have, then we're golden on this one. The big problem with MEMORIES is the presence of seamless-branching, and that's something that this relatively straight forward short feature doesn't have to worry much about. I'm sure there's a way around that, too, I'm just not sure what that is yet.
I should point out that the BD transfer on FFS is absolutely amazing. No edge enhancement, no grain reduction, not even obvious image-stabilization or scratch removal. I'm sure some people would see it and think "ew, it looks old", but as far as I'm concerned it looks like the 35mm negative is being beamed right to your screen by God.
Not that the composite-sourced ADV R1 DVD (above)
had a chance of stacking up. It had a nice booklet, though.
Restoration Project X is going rather smoothly. That'll take up a lot of my time in the near future once I'm left with no choice but to hack and slash at several key scenes with Photoshop, so I'm doing the first big setps now, before I get so deep into Fist of the North Star: Ken's Rage that I never look at my work-computer again.