So, I'm working with plain old Utopia in news copy right now. It is set 9/10 and the columns are 120 points wide. There are plans for a redesign later this year, and I had originally thought to just upgrade to Utopia Opticals, but wondered if there weren't other options for text setting. Sometimes the 9pt Utopia feels too wide (Is roughly 5 words/29 characters per line too tight?), and I'm reluctant to make the type smaller.
So I have been searching and I've come up with:
[[http://fontshop.com/fonts/singles/creative_alliance/kepler_std_semiconde...|Kepler Semicondensed Caption]] (Onscreen this looks to be a better size/grade/weight than reg)
[[http://fontshop.com/fonts/downloads/shinntype/pratt_pro_family/|Pratt]] (Only a pinch narrower as I see it)
[[http://new.myfonts.com/fonts/tipotype/quiroga-serif/|Quiroga]] (Too nontraditional?)
Know of any others?
Recommendations or suggestions are welcome. The plan is to pair this with Proxima Nova as the sans, if that matters.