I read cozy and historical mysteries, a bit of Paranormal/UF, and to mix it up, I read science and gardening books on occasion.
Sherlock Holmes is my fictional crush; I know he'd be no damn good for me, but I'd still willingly follow him until the wheels fell off. Proof of this being that I started listening to this audio in April and have since been devoted to it whenever I've been in the car - no cheating on it with Wilkie Collins or Kevin Hearne - and I've never gotten bored or developed a wandering ear.
Huge credit goes to Stephen Fry too, because my adoration of Holmes makes me picky and prickly. If he'd portrayed him as nasally or supercilious I'd have been righteously indignant and all up in his business (metaphorically speaking). But Fry gives him the perfect voice, which is, oddly enough, close to Fry's own (although I almost never heard 'Stephen Fry'). Condescending, a tad bored, but warm and tinged with a bit of humour at himself as well as others.
Where Fry really goes above and beyond though, in my opinion, is his portrayal of Watson. He nailed Watson and he did it for 4,260 minutes without ever losing track of his voice or allowing it to wander into being someone else's. It would have been an easier job to give his own voice to Watson instead of to Sherlock, but it works better this way; Watson sounds exactly like the kindly, naive, generous sort of man Conan Doyle created.
If you've already read the Sherlock Holmes stores but would like to revisit them, this is an excellent way to do it. If you haven't already experienced the brilliance that is Sherlock Holmes, this is a perfect introduction. I cannot recommend it highly enough.