Christmas Music and Audiophiles?

I personally really enjoy listening to Christmas music. I find that when it's done well it can be better than just about any other types of music. I even listen to it from time to time throughout the year.

Are there any audiophile Christmas Albums that are worthly of your dedicated stereo listening systems or do you only play Christmas music on your whole house systems as background music?

What are you favorites?

One of my personal current favorites is the Canadian Tenors Christmas album. I have five more Christmas CDs on the way to enhance this upcoming season.
It seems a little early for the annual Christmas Music thread . . . but I love Christmas music - but only for the few days surrounding Christmas day. I'm not much of a fan of the usual pop songs (jingle bells, etc), instead I prefer the more religious songs even though I'm not very religious.

Some of my favorites include Sarah McLachlan, Emmylou Harris, Windham Hill - "Carols of Christmas", "GRP Christmas Collection", "Majesty of Christmas" (Pipe Organ/Choir), and yes Trans Siberian Orchestra.
I agree with Robert Earl Keen.
But my favorites are the Christmas albums by Leon Readbone and John Prine.
THE MANY MOODS OF CHRISTMAS - Robert Shaw, Atlanta Symphony Orch & Chorus.