I have a DVD-A Jakko co-produced and mixed with Robert Fripp released on the DGM Inner Knot label. It's called "A Scarcity of Miracles" Jakszyk, Fripp and Collins...A King Crimson ProjeKct. Mel Collins, Tony Levin and Gavin Harrison (Porcupine Tree drummer) play on the album with Fripp and Jakko does all vocals and keys, also plays guitar and appears to have written the lyrics and developed the material from initial improvisations with Fripp and Collins (sax). Recorded in 2011, I find the 5.1 mix and SQ excellent IMO, sounds very much like a Steven Wilson mix but his name is not in the credits. Credit is given to Jakszyk and Fripp for mixing and production, Simon Heyworth did the mastering and Neil Wilkes authored the DVD. Both 96/24 5.1 and 2.0 mixes in MLP lossless are on the DVD-A. Music is kind of jazzy prog with both songs and instrumental passages. It has really grown on me with repeated listening. This is all I've heard of Jakko's work, but based on the surround mix on this album, I think the next ELP albums should be in good hands.