Read the Clyde's tire thread, great info.
Getting a Surly Travelers Check, it's going to be my boat bike as I'm sailing around. It'll get me out and riding for fitness and sightseeing and do a little light touring and utility duty. I'll be able to break it down and stow it below on passages.
Taking advantage of the cross style frame to handle 3 sets of tires, some grippy 45mm's, some stout 32mm commuters... no problems so far, but I want some slicks for asphalt. The conti ultragatorskins would be my first choice but at 230 lbs I want a 28mm tire under my butt. Continental doesn't make folding gatorskins over 25mm. Stowing spares, and carrying multiple tube/tire options on a ride really necessitate the Kevlar/Aramid bead. (This bike is going to be a little bit of a swiss army knife for varying conditions)
Puncture resistance/durability is my priority, but this is my go fast tire so I don't want too much ride sacrifice.
Lots of third world countries and no permanent shipping address for at least a few years means I've got to make a good choice up front. Anyone have any suggestions on a folding, durable, fast, non-puncture road tire?