Yes, 96/24 for both stereo and surround.
Re: re-mixing for stereo...here's where it gets hairy...I'm not a huge Doors fan, so I don't have the original vinyl or anything to compare to. I did some A-B'ing of "The Doors" DVD-A and accompanying CD. The liner notes indicate stereo remixing, and the CD stereo mix does sound different to its hi-res stereo counterpart. The CD is duller, has a thicker low-end, and has about 3-4db less dynamic range (dynamically limited) than the hi-res stereo (i.e. the CD is LOUDER). The stereo layout of both are very similar, but I still think they are two different mixes; however, even on the stereo CD, Morrison says "she gets high" on "Break On Thru" so I'm not sure if the CD is also a remix (wasn't that lyric not present in the original 1967 mix?). I did not see more than one stereo option in the menu (not including the Dolby Digital stereo option for DVD-V players).
Just checked the liner notes more carefully. Botnick writes, "the new mixes are 100% complete and Jim now sings as recorded: 'She gets high.'"
So there you go. Not sure if every album is treated the same, but I am sure this will be a point of great discussion, and a point I don't know enough about.
may also be of interest re: the recording of the first album.