I've primarily used FUEL POWER FP-60 the past half-dozen years, and switched this last year to the -3000 blend. I use this in both gas and diesel vehicles and have no fuel-related problems. Mileage is as high, on the diesel, as any I see posted on about  forums.
I also use the complementary LUBE CONTROL LC-20 in the oil. This formulation has been around for about sixty years (with improvements), and it was widely used once on Air Force piston engines and out in the oil field. I remember my dad, with his contacts in that area, buying and using it forty years ago.
I haven't done an oil analysis yet on this engine, but expect, as always, to see good numbers; with the fuel additive and added lubricity, I hope to see the injectors last a very long time.
I occasionally use Stanadyne to change things up, but cannot tell a difference. REDLINE, AMSOIL and SCHAEFFERS all make premium additives.