Definitely Matt Savoie's 2006 Mission LP. I'd watched the guy for years but for some reason he never made an impact until that program--which fit him like a glove. So incredibly difficult and intricate, and just the right amount of expression (no scenery chewing). Also love his SP (Adagio) from that season and the previous. Kwan's Red Violin LP from 2001 (?) Worlds. Delobel/Schoenfelder's The Untouchables FD (2007?). Got me to actually LIKE ice dance, which features a lot of schmaltz, scenery chewing, and over-the-top "romance," in addition to some horrendous costumes--and D/S were totally different. Buttle's Nagoyqatsi from 2005 Canadian Nationals. Also his earlier incarnations of Ararat--although he performed it perfectly for 2008 Worlds to win the gold, I found it had lost a lot of its intricacy and choreographic interest (although clearly taking out some of the choreography worked!). Pretty much anything Gary Beacom from his pro career.