Make Up For Ever’s HD Foundation is $40 for a 30 ml (1 fl. oz.) bottle. It comes with a pump (finally!) and is a little thicker (and slightly fuller coverage) than the previously swatched Face and Body. It’s waterproof (as all MUFE foundations are), oil-free, contains no SPF, and is purportedly camera-ready for all kinds of lighting. It’s also near-permanent (almost staining). I only had access to Sephora’s house brand makeup remover (more suitable for removing eye makeup) and Philosophy’s Purity Made Simple foam, and they weren’t really sufficient to get the foundation off my arm. I think you’re going to need an oil-based makeup remover. (I recommend Laura Mercier’s Purifying Oil.)
Finally, in case this helps anyone, I think 160 is slightly lighter and slightly less pink than 165. I can’t tell the difference between 145 and 150.
Interestingly, Sephora seems to be making a concerted effort to help people switch to HD. First of all, they offer 10 more shades than even appear on MUFE’s website. Second, the HD display has this laminated strip of pictures, which is supposed to help you decide what shade you are. This strip isn’t actually too useful, since the models seem to have been shot in different lighting (and I get distracted by facial structure, eye color, etc.), but I photographed that strip just in case. Finally, the Sephora website offers not only swatches, but also descriptions of the skintone and undertone for each foundation.