There were eight UHQR releases by MoFi they are:
Crime of the Century, Supertramp
Dark Side of the Moon, Floyd
Finger Paintings, Earl Klugh
Tea For The Tillerman, Cat Stevens
I Robot, Alan Parsons
Sgt. Peppers, those Beatles guys
and two classical titles,
Fest Romane and Gustav Holst's The Planets.
The inner sleeves are all hand numbered and the packaging is first rate. The records are extremely thick and great expense was taken to produce the best quality recordings that MoFi was capable of. I have most of them and other versions as well and IMHO, with the exception of Dark Side, where the Japanese Pro Use half-speed bests it, and the two classical titles, for which I have no reference, these are, arguably, the very best versions of the music contained on them. The secondary market must feel the same, because the quality, and the rarity, have pushed the cost of these records up to a pretty decent level. If you have one, give it a spin.