Yes, I think the back catalogue is no longer in the hands of Universal. They probably had a 5 year deal involving the release and promotion of a new studio album (Words And Music) and reissuing the back catalogue. Looks like the new re-reissues will be on Heavenly via PIAS this time, out in June. I guess they'll be fairly identical, bar a logo or two in the small print, to follow on from the Foxbase Alpha re-reissue. I also bought all the 1CD editions that came shortly after the 2CDs, owing to the fact they had unique layouts and in most cases, a unique photo on the rear too. I did wait until they were all £3 in HMV/Fopp, however. Also, Turnpike House included the USA tracks, accidently left of the 2CD reissue. The 1CD reissue of London Conversations is perhaps one of the most perfect singles collections ever. It's a no-nonsense, all killer, awesome a-sides party! It's also noteworthy for putting Methods Of Modern Love back in the catalogue after that bizarre "only on some of the 2CD sets" debacle. I do wonder how it'll all fit in with the new album... last time, the new album and the reissues all had a matching design theme. I hope they do! However, they have completely failed to acknowledge there was ever a problem with it, which is odd. Same with the butchered Casino Classics 4CD set, which was much worse. At least five audio slip-ups on that one, sadly.