Hi there. My company is about to begin developing a full-color glossy print magazine, and as we gear up for that I am realizing that we need a good solid body text typeface to purchase and stick with for all things relative to our identity. I would a font family that is/includes: solid readable Open Type Old Style (with hanging number figures) small caps good kerning that I wouldn't ever have to manually adjust and obviously the basic italic, bold, bold italic, etc... The trouble is that there are about 17 million fonts out there and I don't even know where to begin. Can anyone point me in a direction? Anyone have any good type foundry recommendations? And specific typeface recommendations? Also, I've found that some fonts that I have on my system include glyphs that can act as hanging old style numbers and such (a good example is Adobe Minion Pro) -- so how do I use those without having to manually insert all the standard numbers with an oldstyle glyph? Is there a way? Any help on this is greatly appreciated.