There's a lot of discussion on which books are best for the physics gre, but how about for those of us who can focus more on learning physics rather than passing a multiple choice physics texts. I'm trying to accumulate a pretty good sized physics library to take with my to graduate school. Any input on your favorites for the big 4 classes, especially classical mechanics which i've yet to find a book I want to buy, would be awesome.

So far I've got:

For Quantum:

Quantum Theory - David Bohm

Principles of Quantum Mechanics - Shankar

Problems in Quantum Mechanics: With Solutions - G. L. Squires

Introduction to Quantum Mechanics - Griffiths

For Electricity and Magnetism:

Introduction to Electrodynamics - Griffiths

Student's Guide to Maxwell's Equations - Daniel Fleisch

Classical Mechanics:

Analytical Mechanics - Fowles and Cassidy

Thermodynamics:

Classical and Statistical Thermodynamics - Carter

Understanding Thermodynamics - H.C. Van Ness

Thermodynamics - Fermi

Obviously these are all at the undergraduate level and I'm not very familiar with the best graduate level texts.