As you know, different regions, salinity levels, sea water
temperatures and sea-life reproductive cycles call for different paints to optimize performance. Then there's the budget
vs performance consideration - or "barnacle per buck"
I've personally had a good experience with Trinidad Pro (has the slime resistance of Trinidad SR in there but seems to work better) in the warm waters of the gulf.
My best advice would be to perform an anecdotal survey
of the cruisers around you - as much of the advice will fall into the realm of subjectivity. Unless you have 10 identical boats all in the same location, all painted at the same time with 10 different paints, it'd be difficult to objectively qualify which would work best for a specific location.