Hey all, this is a question of taste. There's no one answer I'm looking for, just advice from those more versed than I.
I'm designing a site which will @font-face embed Museo for use as body copy.
The site is used for display of statistics and information, tastefully laid out on a grid. A few tabular structures. Nothing with long runs of body copy, and Museo performs beautifully at the task.
What I am seeking is a reccomendation for a display face to be used sparingly in some prominent locations. Some considerations:
* Some of these locations are large and numeric, so pretty numerals are important.
* Obviously, limited to faces which are either widely-installed (separate faces for Win/Mac ok) or legally @font-faceable.
I've been having trouble settling on one. Thus far I've liked:
* Museo Sans--usually only when set in uppercase
* League of Movable Type's (LMT?) [[http://www.theleagueofmoveabletype.com/fonts/4-chunk|ChunkFive]]. I like it more for just the numerals.
Any recommendations? What face would you use to set off Museo nicely?