Toby Wright, one of the engineers who worked on Metallica's "...And Justice for All," said he'd be very interested in remixing the record for a possible deluxe reissue, saying on Talk Toomey (via The PRP):
"Here's the real story: the bass was recorded by me and Jason Newsted, in all of its glory.
"At the time, the theology in the room between Lars and James was that if you can hear the bass it's 2dB too loud.
"So when it moved over to Steve Thompson and Michael Barbiero mixing it, they brought that same theology with them.
"No matter how hard Steve and Michael tried to fight them on that’s not right, that's not right, they still insisted that's what they wanted so that's what the world got."
"I'd like to remake it and I'll show you exactly what was laid down on tape and then the world will be stunned, I think.
"Keep in mind I would love to re-mix it, Lars. If you are hearing me, I would love to remix it. I think it would be a bit more powerful. Fill out some of that tonality that's missing from it.
"If you listen to the 'Black Album,' which was done a year-and-half, two years later under Bob Rock, that's a full band.
"I don't know if anybody fought him on all that kind of stuff, because I wasn't in the room, but you never know. And it turned out how it turned out and 20 million records later. There was some success there."