Yeh, i would say finding some good music to play is helped greatly by finding good music you like to listen to. I am a huge John Williams fan, so I am gonna recommend a few of his Cd's which have inspired me to learn a bunch of new stuff. the first one I would get is The Seville Concert, which should still be available on Cd, although there was a VHS version, but it is out of print. I have it on Divx, so email me if you want it. It has some fantastic pieces: Sevilla and Asturius by Albeniz, Ushers Waltz by Koshkin, Bach's Lute Prelude in E major, Sakura Variations, and the Adagio from Concierto de Aranjuez.
Also, "El Diablo Suelto" is a CD of venezualan guitar music, this CD has some real gems, alot of pieces by Antonio Lauro, and Los Caujaritos which is a fantastic transcription for a piece written for the venezualan harp. Highly recommended!
If you are up for the challenge, "From the Jungles of Paraguay" is a CD of music by the great guitar composer Agustin Barrios Mangore. This CD has some of the most beautiful music I have ever heard. Very complex compositions and very simple ones. My favorite is the 3 part "La Catedral" Go to the 'interpretations' section of the forum and you can listen to a few of the pieces I have mentioned as I have posted my recordings on there.
Actually, you can find alot of nice pieces on that forum, maybe a few things you will want to learn!
hope this helps!