Incident works well for landscape, actually. Just take meter readings in similar light to your subject. Tricky if you have varying cloud cover, but I've been accurate enough, even with Provia.

I had an old Weston Master III that worked great. More accurate in everything but night scenes than the built in meters in most of my old cameras. Sadly, I misplaced it, but have a like-new Euro-Master II on the way.

Essentially, any accurate meter will do a good job for you. Get one that covers all your bases. If you are planning on doing any kind of flash work, get one with flash capabilities, if you're doing landscapes from a tripod, and want ultimate control, get a spot meter. For all purpose metering, any accurate reflected/incident meter will work. Just find one that's easy to use, durable, and accurate.