Agreed, Murray Perahia & Alfred Brendel are excellent as well. I particularly admire Brendel's playing. Although not available as a completist set (he only covered six of Mozart's piano concertos,) I really have been really been enjoying Keith Jarrett and the Stuttgart Chamber Orchestra's versions of #'s 467, 488, 595, 271, 453, & 466. I found them in the sale rack of a local used music store and bought them although I was unfamiliar with Jarrett as a Mozart interpreter. Really wonderful, spirited playing IMO and like most ECM recordings, excellent recordings. Jarrett's J.S. Bach is also worth seeking out as well.