Audiophile CDs By Genre

With my new 2-channel system up & running, it's time to start rebuilding my CD collection with audiophile quality. Has anyone compiled a list of audiophile recording companies by genre? For example, I have been very pleased with the jazz offerings by Mapleshade. Thank you.
I am very impressed by many of the XRCD24/FIM recordings, some of the best digital discs I've ever found. For multichannel audio, I love the AIX records discs.

Try them, they are awesome demos and music!
TACET: classical, especially superb piano recordings

STOCKFISCH: acoustic (solo guitar and small combo, voice) also some baroque; not everyone's cup of tea, I noticed, you will either love it and think Guenter Pauler is on of the greatest producers ever (as I do) or find it over-produced and too much "in-yer-face"

First Impression Music K2HD CDs: various styles, small catalog so far

XRCD, XRCD2 and XRCD24 CDs (JVC, FIM and others): mainly for jazz

MFSL: mainly pop/rock

NAIM: careful here, you often wonder why some of the stuff ever deserved to be released (artistically, that is); anything with Antonio Forcione or Charlie Haden on it is just wonderful, though.

ECM: contemporary jazz

I'll think of a few more when I see them, may follow up then
Don't know what went wrong there, here are the other links
Right, I am 100% absolutely, definitely, unflinchingly, positively sure that the links were all still there when I checked in the preview!

I'll give this just one more try for the ones still missing (FIM, MFSL and NAIM) without the http prefix, so you'll have to copy and paste the URL in your browser. Cross my fingers, shut my eyes and here we go:
Here's one more audiophile label offering contemporary jazz and world music: The ACT Company

E.S.T., Live in Hamburg or Roessler/Vogt/Vitous, Between The Times are just marvellous.