I also tried Ilford XP2, a C-41 B&W film. I did like a few from this roll, considering it was my first time shooting B&W.
And then there's good 'ol Fuji Superia 400... cheap and reliable. And forgiving. I need forgiving.
Anyway, here's a few of the results. I still love everything about learning and shooting film (wait, I take that back, I hate metering). The characteristics of each stock amaze me. Each one needing to be practiced and mastered, having it's own unique color and grain. The good news is that I haven't thrown my camera in anger, or bawled in front of my screen when scan day arrived (although, don't think I didn't consider both of those things). I may not be producing stellar shots, but you better believe I'm determined get there one shot at a time. ;)