Your criteria seems to be based mostly on considerations around the developing of the film. That seems an odd way to choose between print and slide film.
There is nothing like a slide. Each one is a unique jewel mounted in its own frame. Viewed directly in a good quality viewer, and it is like stepping into the scene. No print can ever match the richness of a slide.
^ +1 But you'll need to do your homework regarding E6 exposures to absolutely nail them to the get very best results. Aint no generous latitude to ease you over the line like neg film...
Canon EOS1N ('Brutus', 1993—), TS-E 24mm f3.5L, 20mm f2.8, 17-40 f4L, 70-200 f2.8L
Pentax 67 ('Pentaximus', 2010—) + SMCP 45mm f4, 55mm f4 & 165mm f4LS;
Zero Image 6x9 multi-format pinhole (2008—); Sekonic L758D;
Olympus XA, Nikon Coolpix P7700
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