Great Acoustic Guitar Recordings

I've got a Michael Hedges ("Aerial Boundaries") and diMeola/deLucia/McLaughlin CD ("Friday Night In San Francisco"), and I'm looking to expand my collection. I truly enjoy the latter CD. Hedges is a little theedy-weedy for me though Any other suggestions you guys can turn me on to? Hedges is a little boring for my taste. Something that kicks over something entirely sedate is what I'm after. Don't get me wrong. I'm not looking for acoustic speed metal. ;) And try to hold off on the suggestions if there's singing involved. Other than that, hook me up with some new music to buy!
Try Phil Keaggy's "The Wind in the Wheat" and "Beyond Nature". I don't remember if it is all strictly acoustic, but both are all instrumental.
Pepino Dagostino. He has an album of acoustic guitar playing that is great playing, but not always exciting. Worth the price of the cd is his version of the classic "Walk Away Renee", one of the few cuts with vocals. It will blow you away, it is beautiful.
John Mclaughlin-'Natural Elements','Handfull of Beauty';Mclaughlin/DiMeola/DeLucia-'Passion,Grace&Fire','GuitarTrio';Paco DeLucia-'Siroco';Al DiMeola-'Cielo e Terra','Heart of the immigrants'.
Try any of the Narada Guitar works CD's! They're all fantastic. Also Billy McLaughlin on the Narada Label (Finger Dance and Out of Hand). All Instrumental and no singing.