I like the Michelins. My last set were Pirelli P Zero Rossos and they 'tramlined' on non perfect roads. However - I now have a set of Goodyear F1's and they are excellent. They have a soft compound so they will wear a bit but the grip is excellent, the road noise lower and the tread pattern looks great.
ABM (anything but Michelin). After countless bad experiences with their mountain bike tires and the F1 debacle, I'll buy anything else as a matter of principle. Unless they offer them for free... :wink: