Carmina Burana: what's your favorite recording?

There are at least 30 recordings of this wonderful composition, so i could use a few recommendations. Thanks
I have several versions of Carmina, but the one I like best is the one recorded on Telarc. It has a very good performance, combined with excellent sound. I'm sure there are other very worthy renditions, but the Telarc version is the one that usually finds its way to my CD player.

Beverly Hoch, soprano;
Stanford Olsen, tenor;
Mark Oswald, baritone;
Orchestre symphonique de Montreal/Charles Dutoit
London 455290-2

Shinyukai Choir · Shin Sekiya chorus master
Knabenchor des Staats and Berlin Cathedral Choir · Christian Grube chorus master
Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra
conducted by SEIJI OZAWA
PHILIPS Classics 422 363-2

My own one! Hard to praise one self, but according to the press it is a wonderful recording of a great live event.
I'd be glad to send it to you if you are ingterested.
The Jochum version on Deutsche. The best performance, IMO. The recording isn't all that bad either (on LP).
Surprised Previn on Angel isn't listed here.--"as good as it gets".
There is also an earlier Seiji Ozawa with the Boston Symphony and the New England Conservatory Chorus on RCA Red Seal. It is a very good performance that is still in print at a budget price. The Jochum mentioned is good for an older recording as well.

It is easier to say what I don't like. The one I like the least is by the San Francisco Symphony, Herbert Blomstedt. It won a Grammy by the way. The soloists are only fair; and the singing by the bass is really bad in my opinion. I have tried to listen to it all the way through and I can't.

I also vote for DG's Jochum version. The singing and voice of Fischer-Dieskau really present the mood of the poem. I have both LP and CD and wish DG may transfer it to SACD in the future.
I'm intersted in the SACD Atlanta/Runckles version on Telarc. Has anyone listened either on the CD or SACD to this version?

Among the four versions I already own, I really like the Slatkin/St. Louis Symphony version. The countertenor sings full voice, which I prefer to the falcetto or very nasally technique usually employed by most of them. The recording is very good as well. I also like the Shaw/Atlanta on Telarc but don't care for the countertenor as much. I agree that the SFSO/Blomstedt version is my least favorite.