While exploring the Fuji "vias" try a roll of Provia 100f and play around with the ISOs a little. I like it at 80 not much less and maybe an 81A if shooting outdoors or 81B late in the day or early A.M.for some additional warming. I find it has a rather puckish color pallet, a bold sense of humor and elegant nose, dry yet flavorful and very ambivalent in its adolescence along with a close kinship to Ektachrome EPR Pro 100.
As Fuji would prefer to say, here's a link to their spec sheet. http://www.fujifilm.com/products/pro..._datasheet.pdf.
Problem is once you find a really nice transparency stock and learn how to get what you need and want from it, they discontinue it.