Ilford Delta 3200 is a bit tough to get through being a higher ISO (for my style of shooting), but when you get through your first roll and see what it produces... you'll be hooked for sure.
For me, I shoot a lot in direct sunlight then slowly transition to darker city scapes or inside venues. I fell like in order for me to keep pushing this beautiful film I'll need to invest in a good ND filter for the Bessa R2A and Zeiss ZM 50mm f/2. Sure I could nab Fuji Acros 100 and push it to 400 or 800 to find a happy middle ground, but I'm really in love with the Ilford 3200 feel.
What do you think?