Bridgestones (bt016/003) grip awesome when new(er) in the dry and they break loose very forgivingly, but they tend to wear down a bit quicker than the others. Okay in the rain.
Michelins Pilot Powers are awesome for the rain and last a long while and are the lightest tires I've run so far. They kind of break loose abruptly, imo. I really like the Power Ones, but they wear too quickly.
Continental ContiAttack 2s are good you don't have to worry as much about breaking them in properly as they use a different finishing process and grip exceptionally well and have pretty good life (5500-6000miles on the rear), but they are a bit more "numb" feeling than the others.. some like that, I don't. The numbness makes it disconcerting in the rain.
Dunlop Q2s... I haven't run 'em yet, I have a fresh set waiting for the following season the RC. all I can really say is that they are a frigging heavy set of tires.. probably the heaviest of the bunch. I don't know if you care about that.
These are all from personal experience, I'm in the slow group during track days and I daily ride above 40-45 degrees. Just to give you an idea of where the opinions are coming from.