I often have to think hard to know which particular label released which particular thing, but I've just seen posted above STAR TREK: THE ORIGINAL SERIES, so I'm not going to think any further. That set is a dream come true. I've had it since January, and it's such a wealth of treasures that each time I get to the end of the set I have to start all over again - a bit like painting the Forth Road Bridge. It has also made me not "need" to buy anything else in 2013 so far.
If I hadn't missed out on Krull, InnerSpace, and Big Trouble in Little China, I certainly would have had a harder time but for right now it's a tie between The Golden Child, Fat Man and Little Boy, and The Edge.
Of course when I the Juryand Wyatt Earp come out, the list will grow!
My list isn't a short one! LLL is probably my favorite label just because they release most of what I'm interested in. Here goes:
Human Target and The Cape (Anything else by McCreary; these are just my 2 favorites of his work from LLL) Batman '89 Batman Returns Batman: The Animated Series Vol. 1 and 2 Home Alone 1 and 2 Copernicus' Star The Flash Independence Day The Medal of Honor Soundtrack Collection Star Trek: The Motion Picture Star Trek V
For a normal release I would pick Goldsmith's Star Trek: The Motion Picture. Honestly, this is somewhat unfair because I already really loved this score. Getting the concert arrangement and the rest of the unreleased tracks was a really nice addition.
For special stuff nothing will ever beat Star Trek: The Original Series. I still marvel at this undertaking and am especially appreciatory to both GNP Crescendo Records and La-La Land Records for making it happen.