I implore you to try Nottingham for your dark beers if you like dry yeast. It's even cleaner than US-05.
I didn't get into brewing to brew what I couldn't get at the store. I got into it because it seemed like a really cool thing to do. It still is; it's the greatest hobby on Earth. Nowadays, I do find myself brewing more stuff that I can't really get readily available or fresh. Certainly no real reason to brew a hazy IPA right now. Finding myself brewing west coast IPA more since here in Iowa you can't really find it anymore - a few varieties, that's about it.
Oatmeal stout - what the hell happened to this style? No one makes it anymore, Sam Smith's is the absolute benchmark in my book. And now I have my nitro setup ready to go. So excited for oatmeal stout on nitro. I really miss Summit Oatmeal stout. Used to be on nitro at the local bowling alley. No we don't really even get Summit beer in Iowa anymore...stupid pandemic.
Helles - Some breweries make them but they really fall short of what I feel a good helles should be. And ain't none of us going to make one anywhere near as good as Weihenstephaner, the benchmark of helles. Sorry lodo guys. We just don't have the equipment, time, knowledge (although I think we have the knowledge now for the most part), resources, etc. to make what they make. But, you can get close and many breweries aren't even in the ballpark. But I also find I'm not always in the mood for that uber malt flavor that the German lagers have. Just that American versions are usually too hopped up or use crappy malt.
Black IPA - no one makes these anymore and I liked and brewed the style before it was cool back in 2008 (yeah, I said it, I meant it, I'm here to represent it).
Vienna lager - no one around here makes these although they seem to be getting a bit more popular.