Yeah, I'll still hang on to the unaltered version either way (that Dark Horse version must be the one I have), but I fancy having it in the right-to-left format with the original effects.
The subject of the author's preferred text is an interesting one. In cases like this I tend to think that it's interesting to see both versions (or all versions, depending on how many iterations there are - hello, George Lucas!) of something to get a sense for how the author's intentions have changed over time. It's something I've been very conscious of at the moment as I'm still reading The Hobbit with my daughter at bedtime, and about a week ago we read through Riddles in the Dark, which is of course significantly altered from the original (largely to fit better with what comes later in LotR). It's one of the occasions when I actually prefer the revised version.