I prefer color slides and I'm taking a slide workflow.
No need to scan, no need to print. That saves me a bit of money. No guy that corrects my film, this is a nice bonus.
I'd take B&W neg for low light work. The problem of not having an enlarger (and darkroom, but the chems, trays and everything else are easy to get and easier than an enlarger) is that I may not pass after the contact sheet. Maybe sending negs to a lab like Ilford and get machine RC prints.
I've had the pinhole paper negative idea crawling on my head for a week. Paper to paper, printing with a desktop 25W light as source.