Fujichrome Quickloads – I gave up traditional sheet film shortly after Kodak came out with the Readyload film packets back in the early 1990s. I find that the complete absence of dust on the film to be more than worth the extra cost for these films.
The color film I currently most is Fujichrome Provia (RDP III). I find it is the best all-around transparency film available for my type of photography. Occasionally I use Fujichrome Astia 100F (RAP 100F), Velvia 100 (RVP 100), Velvia 100F (RVP 100F), and even tungsten-balanced RTP II.
For black and white work, I used to use Kodak T-Max 100 Readyloads, but in 2005, I switched to Fuji Acros 100 Quickloads.
Fuji Quickload Film Holder – As I switched to all Fuji films with the availability of Fuji Acros 100 in the Quickload format, I finally bought a Quickload holder. A Kodak Readyload Film holder is carried in the car as a backup.