Fourth or fifth on the 160S vote.
Just be sure to use a lab that can handle it. I did some shooting in 120 which I had to deliver to a pro lab. I was amazed by the quality I recieved from them. I then tried the film in 135 and had it processed by the local lab I never knew colors could be off that much. It's a great film when handled well.
Was it just the prints or the negs as well? I've pretty much given up on getting prints from negs because the digital processors do such a horrible job. With my local pro lab, I get good colour but I still get a lot of digital noise in the prints that drives me nuts.