In no particular order...
  • NPC rated at iso 80 - 100 dev. normal - this a good to great gen purpose film with some problems in shadow areas. Good saturation, and contrast, but can block-up if exposure is too great and can be too thin if exposure is light. In otherwords it has a small exposure range.

  • Portra 400 uc rated at 160 - 320 dev normal (grain is close to or as good as most 160's) Excellent saturation, better shadow detail than NPC, it has good contrast but not as contrasty as NPC (this is one of the few films that doesn't require high contrast to achieve high saturation) Like most portra films it has a huge exposure latitude. It is very hard to over expose this film.

  • Reala rated at iso 25-100 dev normal - This is IMHO the best gen purpose film. the more you expose it the greater the contrast and saturation and the grain is -- in my experience -- the finest of the remaining colour neg films except the konica 50 (which is not contrasty of saturated) This film can be downright flat if under exposed (which is great in high contrast settings) and has a huge exposure latitude. The film changes charector as the exposure changes.

Ektar 25, PRN, Agfa Ultra...
It is a sad state when the best films are those that were designed decades ago and are nolonger made.