WZOR had 2 'releases':
The Earlier release was made from 'MS folders and files' and did not contain the
file: \source\ei.cfg, therefore was called "Touched" and deemed "dirty".
WZOR also used his toolset to create a "bootable" iso, since only 'MS folders and files' were available.
Many feared to DL this early release because of those quoted words...
The hash he provided with this Early release was meant to check and verify the DL of the 'Early release' ONLY.
Obviously, with the missing file and his CD_Bootsector, the given 'Early' hashes would never match the Technet official DL hashes.
At this time, all eyes were on the Zukona release, declared "official MS".
Others later verified that Zukona's versions are the same as the Technet DL, matching hashes, etc.
WZOR then had a Later release, also declared "official MS".
WZOR gave hashes for this Later release. The hashes were the same as Zuko (which turned out to be the same as the Technet DL).
WZOR - Zukona file comparisons here also indicated 'Identical'.
Prior to the Technet being publicly available, I compared the 'Early WZR' to the Zukona and, except for the one missing file ei.cfg, all other files were Identical, even though the hashes were different.
(Didn't bother with the CD_Bootsectors though.)
So, the Early WZR release was 'Touched' and 'dirty' in a really good way,
because it allowed any installation of your choosing. (Thanks, Wzor.)
I think I got this straight now...