I agree with a previous poster - Dubliner is *amazing*. So is Trader Joe's Honey Chevre - especially with gewürztraminer. Amazing!
It is possible to weary of Brie - I had toasted English muffins with Brie for breakfast every morning for about a month. But it was an amazing month! I enjoyed having a chance to learn that.
Deep fried Camembert with lingonberry - also amazing. Fried mozzarella sticks really cannot compare.
Fresh mozzarella - either on its own, or as part of a caprese salad. Mmmmmmm.
Nope, I don't like cheese at all.
Apricot Stilton. I love the sweet white stiltons. I also adore the blue cheeses - like Butternut squash with gorgonzola.
And Tillamook extra sharp cheddar. (I grew up on the Willamette Valley area of Oregon, so Tillamook is my preferred yellow cheddar. Loleta, California has a cheese factory; they're another local producer I favor.)
The selection at Trader Joe's, for the prices they offer, generally keeps me content, but I may have to explore the artisan shops on the area. Maybe even do a tasting of three or four chevres, or Bries, or . . . to see where the price break and value best intersect.
I am not necessarily enough of an epicure to demand only the best (or even really appreciate it) if the cost-advantage product is of only slightly lesser quality.
I must introduce you to Digby's Savoury Cheese. Brie, cream cheese and butter, all melted together. Phenomenal.