What I do like very much is the Efke PL100 film. It too is an old formula, "thick emulsion" film with excellent sharpness and tonality. It processes beautifully in ABC pyro and, best part of all, is about 30% cheaper than Ilford, even after the recent price hike by Efke.
Another film that falls into this category is the NP27 and NP22 from Webphota. These are said to be from the same production as Fortepan and Bergger. The film is also offered in a variety of ULF sizes, "off the shelf". I can order 12X15" inch film for $85.00 for 25 sheets. But again, the Webphota film is easier for me to get, living in Germany.