Scheherazade by Rimsky-Korsakov

Which is the best version on a CD for Scheherazade by Rimsky-Korsakov? Thank you.
In terms of recording, the 1993 DG CD (Myung-Whun Chung and Orchestre de l'Opera Bastille) is really good - probably one of the best recorded CD's I own. I only bought it since they have part of it on the Burmester test CD (#3), which I really enjoyed. When I went to buy the Scheherazade CD, I was surprised at the price - $32 - someone must be buying it. But I did, and it did not disappoint. It also comes with The Firebird.
My favorites from performance standpoint are Boston Symphony - Ozawa conducting, and the above cited Reiner.
For me this is one of the best I've heard Rimsky-Korsakov* - Vladimir Fedoseev* - Moscow Radio Symphony Orchestra* – ScheherazadeLabel:JVC – VDC-519, 1984One of the first every CDs I bought.

I've just bought Mackerras 1990 version on the strength of the comments here, and it's not a patch on the JVC one. Very brassy, which is OK, but the violin is weaker and less emotive.
Some very good versions mentioned. For pure passion and abandon befitting the score and its ethnic provenance, nothing beats Valery Gergiev’s rendition with the Kirov Ballet Orchestra on Phillips. Outstanding!