Love the album. My third/fourth favorite, depending on what's fluctuating above, with Pele always on top, of course. After Tori released A Piano and created an extended edition of LE, I made ext. ed.'s of all the albums - minus BfP, which is perfection and which really deserved a Disc 2/sequel of sorts with all of the b-sides.
Here's mine for this album (though I do think it's perfect as is; this is just to enhance it for me):
Black-Dove (January Girl)
Bachelorette (although I love it, it's best to edit out the laugh at the end of the song for continuity; this actually fits beautifully after the above song and leads nicely into the one below)
She's Your Cocaine
Purple People(a wonderfully soothing track after the above tempest. Also, the horn at the end of Hotel and throughout this one make them sound perfect together)
Merman (in keeping with the water theme, I love ending the track with a lullaby of sorts. I love Pandora as an ending though, so you could have this as sort of a hidden track or coming before PA - either way works really well; even though it's about Matthew Shepard, I also see it as being about a little baby boy, floating above...)
* I consider the other b-sides that were released during this era to be Pele's. There were recorded during/for that album and have it's distinct organic sound. They don't fit this album sonically or thematically, as far as I'm concerned.