Film choice is very subjective -- and one reason I like Kodak UC is the grain that comes up in the scan. It doesn't show so much when making a wet-process print, but there are lots of fine things that can happen in the digital realm because of the grain. Back in the day, I was a big fan of (real) tri-x; because of the grain, when a lot of other people wanted a silky smooth print and so they used plus-x and thinned dektol for art prints. Me, I'd push with over concentrated d-76 to bring out more grain. 'Course, that killed the shadows, too, but it sometimes looked really good.
Time marches on. I'll investigate the Fuji films, but dang, I had a nice look going with UC 35mm film and had hoped to continue it with 60mm. But, folks now want color prints to be really big and anything from 35mm bigger than about 20x30 gets too grainy even for me.
I wonder, would it be possible to simulate grain in PS? -- maybe by working with each color layer or channel with a really fine screen sort of thing...
That'll give me something to do in my off-hours, I guess!