While they have measurably better wet traction the other tires are usually fine and none are going to save you if you get silly with leaves, painted lines, or manhole covers.
I'd try a GP4000 S II or GP4000 S 25mm wide if you can't wait
Well, found some new data this morning courtesy of a Slowtwitch post on the new GP 4000 S II — complete with graphs, because who doesn't like graphs?
Slowtwitch: Continental GP 4000 S II (with credit to Greg Kopecky)
Perhaps the most telling bit of interest to me is this graph right here of rolling resistance for various sizes of Grand Prix 4000 S II:
Clearly Continental is on the bandwagon when it comes to wider tires equaling lower rolling resistance, with 120 PSI at 23C being roughly equal to the rolling resistance of a 28C tire at about 85PSI.
Maybe this means I've found my tire.
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