Do a search for my name mentioning tyres. I asked a similar question and had some very good feedback. I ended up going for the tyres you have now. For the record, I have been very impressed.
My Rubino pro3's are into their 3rd year and high 1000's mileage wise, have never punctured so that's pretty good in my book.
The Zaffiro's I use for commuting take a fair bit of punishment on London streets, approx 15 miles a day am just starting my second pair in 2 years, again never punctured. They don't feel too confident cornering in the wet though.
I have summer and winter wheels for the new build so maybe Rubino pro3's again for winter and will try Ultremo ZX, Conti GP4000s, ProRace 4s etc for dry/summer just to try something new.
The cycling weekly forum seem keen on Vredestein Fortezza Tricomp which are reasonably priced.
Cheers for the info guys