The Process was a good album but not a good SP album in my opinion. I left at that point. In my eyes, and squarely my own opinion, Last Rights was the pinnacle and the logical end to everything they did to that point. I was so sure that the follow up to LR would be more abstract sound collage, like a less electro Eyes of Stanley Pain type thing mixed with the first few minutes of KNowhere looped and more abstract from a rhythmic standpoint.
Instead it was decent but wholly unremarkable electro. Which in hindsight makes sense as Critter was dead as well as dwayne. Critter Newell was the genius in those records save for Rabies which was Luxa/Pan'd into the Ministry v Skinny Puppy album I always wanted in 1989.
Ohgr's solo stuff isn't anything to write home about (IMO). The initial record was good and I saw them/him on that tour (with Hate Dept - who will never get the credit they deserve for being solid) but otherwise danceable stuff with Ohgr being Ohgr over it.
On the subject of the Bites and Remission repressed which do sound good btw, I wish more tracks were included. The cd had another like 6 tracks that do not appear on the records, one of those being one of my all time face SP songs "Manwhole".