Hi, long time reader, first time poster here.
I have all three Sarah Brightman SACDs. They were all released in Hong Kong and they cost me $35 each (US Dollars) to import.
Using the analog outputs I recorded one to my computer (I forget which one, this was around 5 or 6 year ago). Using a spectrum analyzer in Adobe Audition 1.5, I was disappointed to discover that the stereo DSD program was identical to the CD program, i.e. it was 16/44 and not hi-res. The multichannel was recorded in true hi-res.
Having said that, I will only discuss the multichannel mixes.
On "Time To Say Goodbye" the surround mix is mild, you tell it is there but it doesn't distract. I compare it to a good classical surround mix. Sarah's voice is clear and distinct.
On "Eden" there is a stronger surround mix, what you might expect from a pop recording. Sarah's voice is still clear and distinct.
On "La Luna" the surround mix to pushed to its limit. The listener it totally immersed in the sound field. The opening number reminded me of being in a large glass dome at an aviary. The surround field is toned down a little in later tracks but you are still totally immersed. Instead of Sarah's voice coming from a distinct point, it is indistinct and out of focus but still emerging from around the center front image.
From an audiophile point of view, "Time To Say Goodbye" is the best. From a close-you-eyes-and-loose-yourself-in-Sarah's-ethereal-world point of view, "La Luna" is the way to go.
As a devout Sarah Brightman fan, all three SACDs are a delight to listen to.
Hope this helps.
FYI, "Eden" is still my favorite Sarah Brightman album.