Yes, sure I can suggest you ONE OR TWO flashlights but it would be too difficult to choose. Let’s say I’ll give you a few flashlights to check out.
I don’t know Zebralights well but I have also heard they are using very efficient drivers. They use some high-CRI emitters and especially the XHP50 and XHP70 are a bit green in high CRI. Generally, I prefer the cheaper flashlights though.
I like flashlights with optics because they allow to use many leds in a relatively small space, especially SST20 4000K 95CRI, and most have lovely aux leds. The Emisar D4S uses a bigger and throwier quad optic than the KR4 or Sofirn IF25A.
The Fireflies E07 uses 7 leds, the Fireflies ROT66 G2 12 leds. There complaints around about Fireflies quality control but I like all my Fireflies flashlights. The E07 with XPL HI has been the brightest single cell flashlight (replaced by the new 3xXHP50 flashlights I guess) and the output on Turbo is short but astonishing. The ROT66 G2 comes with a floody and a throwy optic to change and has nice aux leds.
I can’t really recommend you the Astrolux MF01 mini because it has a fast thermal stepdown problem that can be fully resolved only with the ManOfLight copper heatsink. Three recommendable flashlights from Astrolux are the Astrolux MF01S, the Astrolux FT03 and the Astrolux MF02. The MF04 is a monster thrower and maybe not suitable for all but it is a mighty feeling to hold it in your hands.
Convoy is a brand that makes great flashlights, two classic ones are the Convoy S2+ and the Convoy C8+. The owner is also a member on BLF and is always open for suggestions or ideas. Basically you can buy any flashlight or host from him and be almost sure you will like it. Every collection needs a Convoy.
Two smaller flashlights are the Sofirn C01S and the SP10S. Well known also the Sofirn C8F, with a thinner battery tube than the SP36 and triple reflector. The BLF Q8 is a great allround flashlight but if you want something different you better wait for the Q8 Pro with 10000 lumens from 4 XHP50.2 3V, expected in July.
Other brands that have nice budget flashlights are Wuben, Skilhunt, Lumintop, Manker and Amutorch.
That should do for now. Let me warn you, keep looking for good flashlights and you will soon end up with over 50 great and absolute must-have flashlights.