Just bought my copy of the album. It was the only copy they had in the store I went to, and it's just a regular version of the album, but I'm happy with that for 2 reasons:

1. Regular version comes in a standard plastic case, Deluxe version with bonus demo tracks comes as a digipack (I prefer regular plastic cases)
2. I think having 4 demo songs after the final song on the album kinda ruins the point of Rowing being the closing track. And I can download the demos anyway, so no big deal.

Artwork is amazing in my opinion. As a whole, the album doesn't disappoint. Sure, it's no Superunknown or Badmotorfinger, but it's a pretty damn fine album. Flows very well, but while some songs click immediately it takes more than a few listens to digest everything that's going on. It's a grower for sure.