so just out of curiosity, have you heard Hewitt's Ravel recordings?
Yes, and she's actually quite good. I'm not a big Hewitt fan, but her clean, lean, rhythmically crisp playing pays dividends in a few works. It's not tip-top drawer, but I can think of worse Ravel recordings. (Keep in mind Abbey Simon's stupefyingly great set if you're looking for some great Ravel.)
Now concerning Bavouzet and Debussy...again curious what your Debussy preferences may be in his 'solo' piano works?
Bavouzet's set won't be issued as a budget box for years, nor should it. The Preludes disc is actually the weakest disc in the set, with the most recent disc the best.
Favorites for all the major Debussy works is too much work right now. Suffice it to say that the names Iíve mentioned thus far (Gieseking, Michelangeli, Ericourt, Beroff (on Denon), Bavouzet, and Heidsieck) are all superb. Richter ainít too shabby either.