I'm re-watching Dragon Ball Z after having finished watching Dragon Ball Super. It has restarted a deep and forgotten passion inside me and I have also started collecting Dragon Ball action figures.
I'm also watching an anime series called Demon Slayer - Kimetsu no Yaiba. It's pretty damn fantastic IMO. I am thoroughly entertained by all the characters.
I hadn't heard of Demon Slayer, but it's funny you should mention DBZ. I just finished re-watching it. Hands down the Cell Games Saga is my favorite part. From then on it all seemed a little forced to me, particularly how I thought Goku's SSJ3 transformation was kinda "meh" in the Majin Buu Saga. Vegito was pretty awesome though.
P.S. Dragonball Super is on my "What to watch list" in the future, but I don't know when I'll actually find the time to start it.
Demon Slayer suffers from overhype but it is a good series. The animation for the anime is amazing and the characters are all likable (sure you will start off hating some characters but everyone except the big bad and his top cronies have redeeming/sympathetic qualities). Its also a very rare modern day manga in that the story is actually quite fast paced. The series itself ended this year I believe (so it doesn't drag its feet like every other manga that made it big to milk for more money). I also thought the ending was quite fitting for the theme of the show which is great.
Dragonball Super is ok. It keeps the hype Goku getting stronger theme which is great but the villains are almost cheap in how strong they are (power scaling becomes insane). The final arc is really enjoyable but the ending was a little eh imo. Its definitely a series for the fans.
There was a rumor that Toriyama was fed up with Dragonball after the cell arc and kind of trolled with a pink villain which is why it isnt as great (although the man has a weird sense of humor which can be seen with Arale so Great Saiyaman fits into his sense of humor). Toriyama did sort of write himself into a corner with the end of the cell arc and needing a strong villain which required the huge saiyan power boosts leaving everyone not named Vegeta or Gohan behind.
I did also check out Tokyo Revengers recently since its getting alot of attention. Its not my cup to tea but I can see why people like it (its an homage to the delinquent-focused stories such as GTO, Crows, etc.)