Paphs are actually pretty easy to grow indoors. They need about the same amount of light as phals (which is not much compared to cymbidiums, cattleyas etc). I say, go with paphs that you like. THere is actually a fairly wide variety. I have had good success with the complex (also called bulldog) paphs like the Spotglen Doodlebug x Duncan York I posted recently. I have also had good success with the maudie type.
I am far from a paph expert, so I'll let the others chime in. If you are going to an orchid show this weekend there will probably be lots of orchid folks around and vendors who will be more than happy to recommend some that will do nicely in your conditions.