The best overall "import" label to me is still Fort Baxter. They were the first to release the crucially important
"If You Talk in Your Sleep" on soundboard, with that great opening show from august 1974. The one that was later released on the "From Sunset Blvd. to Paradise Road" release (cd2). And of course they had many more fantastic releases such as the two "Brightest Star..." releases -they must be among the most enjoyable and exciting 2 Elvis cd's ever released by any label- and "Elvis at Full Blast". In fact every FB release has something to offer.
DAE/Luxor is a good second, superb sound (though with added echo effects, but this doesn't detract from listening pleasure) and mostly good-great concerts like "Here I go Again". I also like Madison (professional looking product) because they take care in offering a good product and of course Luxor is up there too with amongst others one of the most enjoyable concerts on cd: "Guaranteed to blow your mind". Probably the best 1974 concert thusfar on cd anywhere. FTD could learn something from DAE as far as digipacks are concerned (trifold digipack).
I haven't seen anyone mentioning Rock Legends, but I like their releases too and while they may not be up there with Baxter or DAE, they offer good and (mostly
) honest product. Example: "Night Fever in Vegas" 2cd.
There are other good to great labels, but overall they are more hit-or-miss in their products.