Against DVD quality? Maybe.
After we get a BD title or two out of the way - and a stack of episodes that need their subtitle scripts edited sooner rather than later - I'm going to be resurrecting a Kentai Films classic for DVD. I won't say which one just yet, suffice to say that if you keep tabs on the eBay and ultra-violence entertainment, China's bootlegging my own bootlegs, and I'll be damned if I let highly trained and poorly paid toddlers beat me at my own game!
For the non-record, Mystery Project X has been submitted in an official capacity, so short of the project manager hating the transfers' guts, it should be a done deal. I fully expect the fanbase to tear the transfer to pieces in reviews, but if they have even the slightest inkling as to how much work and care went into it, and factor in what an excruciatingly inferior source it was to start with, I think anyone who likes the film will be pretty satisfied. Until the original title owners dig up the 35mm negative, it isn't getting any better than this.