Kodak 160VC is very good for people and under controlled illumination. Skin tones are warm and glowing. Actually not only skin tones but colors in general. Try to use portra 160VC with your 85/1.4 with Softar I and fill flash (just a little but of fill flash).
I tried it for landscape (high contrast) and didn't like the results. The dynamic range of the film is huge, but when all that range is compressed on the paper the results look funny. I have an impression that the film behaves like digital sensor when it comes to handling light.
Kodak 400UC or 100UC are much better for landscape.
I particularly like 100UC. The colors are terrific, grain is minimal. It is very easy to scan this film.
I don't like 400VC/NC - too grainy, nothing special films. HD400 looks much better.
I have mixed feeling about Reala. I like old version of Reala in 120 version. Superia Reala didn't impress me. In comparison with Superia Reala Kodak UC400 is as good or better film.
For slides I'd use Velvia 50 (for its colors) and Provia 400x for everything else. For practical purposes 400x is as good as any ISO 100 slide films.