"Just another stock clutch" will be fine. You'll also have to get your flywheel checked and or resurfaced as well. It make no sense to swap a brand new clutch with a warped heat soaked and or scored flywheel.
Also count on changing the rear main seal while you'rer in there, also buy yourself two new transaxle seals as well. These are items that you might as well change while you're in there because they'll end up leaking at some point anyways. It's better to change them now than to have to cahnge them later. The rear main seal is the seal that seperates the transaxle from the block and lives around the outter perimeter of the crankshaft on the block. It also might be what you're smelling. Your clutch might be fine but you might be leaking oil from the seal which is causing your clutch to slip.
As far as where to buy a clutch, by far the cheapest and most reliable place online is :
Exedy is an OE replacement for your stock clutch and holds up fine, not to mention is a better brand name than most you'd find for two to three times the price.
$145 gets you the entire clutch kit.
Just as an FYI- My OE Exedy doesn't slip one bit and my car puts down 233 hp and 343 fpt.
PS- You're welcome.