Really, Martin Cotton has set himself a well-nigh impossible task here. If he has listened to every available version then I'd doubt if he would want to hear it ever again! There are simply too many perfectly good versions out there to make the exercise worthwhile. Perhaps better, as I said regarding a previous BaL, (on the Eroica I think) to tell us which ones to avoid.
For what it's worth I have a great liking for the ECO/Britten. The full clutch of repeats gives the work an epic dimension that it deserves, as does the Mackerras. On a more general level my own recommendations would be, in no particular order, Orchestra Mozart/Abbado, Concertgebouw/Krips and VPO/Bohm (1977 version).
If pushed to choose just one I'd go for Bohm which often manages to find its way into my CD player.
“Every piece of music is a rehearsal of one’s life,” - Sir Colin Davis