Jerry and Judy ~ not sure on the size conversion from your Toyo's, but I can tell you we went with the Michelin tires Pilot XZA1 all the way around about 7 months ago and 8,000 miles...and we are very happy with them.
Additionally, I would highly recommend having the ceramic balancing beads added when you are getting your new tires put on regardless of which one's you decide to go with. We did and the ride is perfectly smooth all the time!
Here is the site we got them from: www.innovativebalancing.com
There is a thread in the Alpine forum that discusses some of the other types like powders, glass beads, steel beads ect...but all those are effected either by moisture or rubbing together and eventually disolving. The ceramic beads are impervious to water and do not wear out. Amazingly, I got all 6 tires done with beads for under $100 when I ordered direct from the web site. Just took them along with me and watched the guys toss the little bags into the tires as they were mounting to the rims.
Also, you might consider filling your tires with nitrogen, rather than the normal air. This too has been discussed quite a bit...some saying it will not make any difference...some saying it makes great sense. I like the idea that it keeps tire pressures from fluctuating while traveling. I got mine filled for $15.00 per tire at a place I located using this site: http://www.getnitrogen.org/sub.php?view=getTheFacts
The innovativebalancing.com site has a page dedicated to the use of Nitrogen and illustrates its benefits pretty nicely.
Anyway, no ugly weights showing, no worries of lossing any so it got my vote and happy with the tires, beads and nitogen combination.
BTW...noticed you are in CA...but a call to the tire guy we used might help you with some pricing as he seemed to be pretty connected and although he's in Phoenix, AZ...you might visit now that the summer is nearly over and grab a good deal on some new tread! My contact was:
REDBURN TIRE COMPANY - Jack
2339 Country Club Dr.
Mesa, AZ, 85201
Best of luck and miles of smiles!