Best Presidential Biographies

What would be the best presidential biographies collectively of all the US presidents and each indvidual president?

Here is a previous thread on the subject.

George Washington, by Douglas Southall Freeman (vol. 1–6), John Alexander Carroll and Mary Wells Ashworth (vol. 7)
John Adams, by David McCullough
John Quincy Adams and the Foundations of American Foreign Policy, by Samuel Flagg Bemis
Andrew Jackson, by Marquis James
American Lion: Andrew Jackson in the White House, by Jon Meacham
Lincoln, by David Herbert Donald
Abraham Lincoln: A Life, by Michael Burlingame
Grant: A Biography, by William S. McFeely
Grover Cleveland, by Allan Nevins
The Rise of Theodore Roosevelt, by Edmund Morris
Theodore Rex, by Edmund Morris
The Taft Story, by William S. White
Woodrow Wilson, American Prophet, by Arthur Walworth
Eleanor and Franklin, by Joseph P. Lash
Truman, by David McCullough
A Thousand Days (JFK), by Arthur M. Schlesinger, Jr.
The Years of Lyndon Johnson, by Robert Caro

You can’t beat The American Presidents Series for light reading. You can read each president in a night or two, and they are generally high quality.

Rutherford B. Hayes: Warrior and President** by Ari Hoogenboom is one of my favorites for a comprehensive look and a very overlooked president.

You’ll always get people recommending the McCullough books, and rightly so. John Adams in particular is fantastic, but I’m sure you’ve already read that one if you are interested in presidential bios.