Fuji 400H is by far my single favorite film. It's versatile, neutral, and very forgiving. To me it really resembles the color work on the old Miyazaki films that I grew up watching like Princess Mononoke, Castle in the Sky, and Spirited Away. I find it great for preserving the color of cars, something which I find Portra 400 really fails to do.
If you're wondering how I meter these, they're almost always two stops over exposed. The interior and night shots are the only exceptions. They're usually pretty spot on or just slightly underexposed. I'm not a fan of underexposure on any film, especially when overexposing produces such beautiful results.
All photos were shot on a Pentax 67.