There many kinds of film on the market; some of the ones I’ve used have been discontinued. Below are some I have used either in 35mm or 120mm:
Kodak Portra 160: Natural color. Less saturated. Fine grain
Kodak Portra 400: Super saturated. Super fine grain
Kodak Tri 400/ Ilford HP5 Plus 400: Very low Grain. Very pushable
Kodak Ektar 100: Super Saturated. No grain
Fuji Superia 800: High contrast. Saturated
For further information on different kinds of film & their quality:
Joseph Salvatore Prezioso with Ingrid Nelson, Fearless Photographer (USA: Course Technology, Cengage Learning, 2012)
I put Ektar on my old EOS to try but I haven’t tried the others you mentioned yet. I love Ilford though.
for black and white, i adore inford pan F 50 and ilford delta 3200 (opposite ends of the spectrum, i know!), but i shoot the most of tri-x because it’s versatile and inexpensive.
for color, i adore kodak portra 800 and fuji velvia 50.
I’d have to go with Fuji NPS 160. Never disappoints everytime. Although I need to experiment with another types more.
I’d love to give Ilford SFX 200 another try. 🙂