Best Recording of Scheherazade

What recording of Rimsky-Korsakov's Scheherazade do you find the most enjoyable? I've listened to four different recordings in the last 24 hours. London Symph under Svetlanov, Philharmonic Orchestra of Monte Carlo under Lawrence Foster, Berliner Philharmoniker under Karajan, and New York Phil under Masur. Out of these, I'd rank them as such:
Distant 3) Foster
4) Svetlanov

I love my college's music library.
Try the Rostropovich conducting Paris Orchestra. EMI
A Japanese music magazine rated it the highest in CD format. I can see why.
The recording engineer was Paul Vavasseur, caught every changing color and expressions from the orthestra. By the way, the also phenomenal Beecham - Symphonie Fantastique was recorded by him.
By far my favorite is the circa 1979 DG recording by Boston Symphony Orchestra conducted by Seiji Ozawa. They get the timing right and dynamically make the music swing in just the right places when it needs to. Plus there is no better, longer, more impactive horn climax (the shipwreck)of any recording. Also, Silverstein's violin is patient. The Orchestra never rushes the tempo nor is it too drawn out and languid. Just right. I also saw the performance from the second row center in Symphony Hall that season and got completely caught up in the music, even though it was Friday afternoon and all the ladies groups were there to see and be seen.
To give some alternatives to the Beecham and Kondrashin which are excellent:

On LP:
Monteux, London Symphony, on London Records STS-15158
Previn, Vienna Philharmonic, on Philips 7337-231

On CD:
Haitink, London Symphony, on Philips 420-898-2
Mackerras, London Symphony, on Telarc CD-80208