Here is a picture of the Alloclassic stem from the Zimmer website:
For the cup I usually use the Zimmer Trabecular Metal (TM) Shell with Longevity Cross-Linked Polyethylene liners. The TM cup grips the bone with an amazing bond and is immediately stable without requiring screw fixation. The Longevity liners have excellent wear characteristics. Here is a picture of the TM cup from the Zimmer website:
For selection of femoral heads, the new generation ceramic designs are far superior to the older metal heads. I use the Biolox Delta Ceramic femoral heads, usually in the 36 mm size. They are tough, smooth, inert, and unlikely to dislocate. Another picture from the Zimmer Website:
These components work very well for my patients and I use them in most cases. There are exceptions. Revision cases often require the use of a fully porous coated stem or modular stems for more complex cases.