I’d be just as happy with a fixed hybrid version. or a halfway house mix although I am aware it’s a preservation I’m not bothered by the changes in most respects it’s a much better special edition than star wars trilogy.
There’s a hybrid edition on myspleen and FE.
Using the Laserdisc 1978 Cut as a blueprint, I’ve conformed the Blu-Ray to it, shot-by-shot, down to the exact frame. Where material was missing, I’ve restored it from the Laserdisc, or the original trailer. When the CGI additions were bad, I’ve replaced them, where they were reasoanably subtle I’ve left them in (Hence the “Hybrid” title). Throughout, I’ve sought to remove or change shots that significantly differ from the Laserdisc, while trying to keep as much HD as I possibly could.
The film has also been re-graded shot-by-shot to rebalance the greys and whites, re-saturate flesh tones and general colours and remove unnatural tinting. Although in a few cases the Laserdisc shots have been tinted to match the Blu-Ray (Such as with the gold robot-factory shots). The soundtrack is the original mono mix and is unchanged."
Not sure if that’s what you were referring to when you said “fixed” or if there’s something wrong with it and/or not to your liking.