Bantams? Large fowl? Dual purpose, eat birds, egg layers, ornamental... what are the other important characteristics? Are you in an area with very cold winters? There are many other factors to take into consideration.
I have silkies, they are very ornamental bantams that are great broody hens but do not have a fantastic rate of lay. I raise them for exhibition because I like their looks, personalities, and showing is fun.
I also have silver laced wyandottes because I like the color, they are decent egg layers and dual purpose fowl, and can be good exhibition birds. They are docile and have small combs that are less susceptible to frost bite.
Not sure what you mean by "not flighty"? Do you mean ones that don't really fly, or flighty as in nervous? If you want birds not known for flying, you may want to check out Silkies, or maybe Bantam Cochins.