As you can see, I went with the Philharmonia Orchestra recordings of the last six Mozart symphonies with Otto Klemperer. I've been in a Mozart and Haydn symphony phase, rediscovering older and more recent recordings of the late Mozart symphonies as well as Haydn's Paris and London Symphonies. As part of this musical re-exploration, I decided to add this set to my collection. As much as I'd love to, I don't own these on LP, and I figured I'd go with the most recent incarnation of the recordings. As far as I can tell after listening to the first SACD, the tape hiss appears to be relatively minimal, and the recording sounds very clear with good dynamics. Repeated listening with comparison to other interpretations (Harnoncourt, Marriner, Bohm, etc) will hopefully provide greater appreciation for these.
If you happen to have any personal recommendations for Mozart symphony cycles, I'd love to hear your thoughts, so please feel free to leave a comment.