I've read many times here in TeX.SE that
pxfonts has a lot of spacing inconsistencies, and that it's better to use
mathpazo. The problem is that
mathpazo doesn't load all the math symbols to match the font style. But
pxfonts does, and, also adds a bold version of every symbol. Moreover, there exists the
tgpagella package, which only loads the text font.
So here appears my first question: which is the best way of loading palatino (or a clone) fonts (I use LaTeX, not XeLaTeX)?
I suppose that the answer is
mathpazo because of the problems of
pxfonts. But I don't know what
tgpagella offers that
And, my second problem. Once set up the palatino fonts (normal, italic, bold, … ), I want the math symbols (and math alphabets, like blackboard) of
pxfonts. How can I do that? Do they suffer from spacing problems or not? If so, how can I solve it?
In short, which is the best way of setting up palatino (or a palatino clone) fonts and