I only have the 1994 remaster of the wall, but it sounds good to my ears and i am sure that there wasn't a CD version available in Greece at that time (1984).
I dont dare to go anywhere near the +2000 most of them are to loud for my taste, and that comes from someone that likes to listen to death metal, I made the mistake of listing to some of the remastered versions of peace sells but whos buying and a few more, so i had the pleasure of comparing it with the original release, and the extra loud and compressed new version didnt sound as good as the original CD.
Back on topic, as always people try to listen to something before they go and buy it, I remember that back in the 80' and 90's copying tapes and trading tapes was the best way to listen to new music, and from doing that I purchased a lot of LP's that otherwise I would have never got.
So if something is good and you like it you will go and get it, and enjoy it for a long time.
Unfortunately the music industry only want to sell more, so sound and music quality isnt a priority, you only need to have more bass and sound louder to impress the young ones.