I use 8 row Lindner pages. Vario pages are pretty much the same, too. 8 rows work best for definitives/regular issues and standard size horizontal commemoratives and maximize the number of stamps you can fit on a sheet.
If you want full protection for larger stamps (jumbo size) or vertical commemoratives, or plate blocks/strips or covers, etc., the pages are available in lesser number of rows, of course. In fact, this scan is taken from a package of the Lindner pages I have at hand and shows the various formats the pages are available in:
Most of the modern stock pages are pretty much the same in terms of quality; not like the ones of a decade or two ago that would curl up and tear apart very easily. I believe that most of them today also come as two-sided, so you can pick and choose whether or not to use them as single or double sided stock pages. Most are also cut with oversized holes to accommodate most of the common binder sizes.