I'm going to keep these reviews very brief as I'm reviewing numerous films in RayDanger's series -
First off, the Friday the 13th series is not top shelf cinema, but they are a fun set of films. RayDanger does a miraculous job of streamlining the entire series, providing a lovingly curated narrative that is more sensical that the ones that the original producers released.
It terms of visual tone, audio, and overall editing, the experience is greatly improved with greater emphasis on suspense throughout.
This version of Part 2 establishes itself as the strongest second installment of all the big slasher series, introducing Jason as a menacing figure taking up his mother's responsibilities right where she left off. RayDanger removed all chronological confusion and heightened the characterization of the film's victims, resulting in a faced-paced, tense viewing experience.
This one is my favorite in the series and I really enjoyed the edit. The original had a bit of drag in pacing, but this one moves at a sharper but well-balanced clip. Had I not seen the original, I doubt I could even pick out where any cuts were. Masterful job!