For that price you can get pretty much anything that people use on the street for cranksets. This
used to be the favorite crankset around here. For $205, it includes the bottom bracket, so no thinking involved. There are two issues with it with it that have made it less popular. One is that it has a really thick chainring spider which means it can't fit on some frames and two is that the outboard GXP bottom bracket can sometimes be a little wonky and noisy. That said, you are unlikely to find a stiffer, more track-performant crankset at that price.
The next option up is going with Sugino 75s at which point you really are looking for bling rather than performance and you will have to select the chainring and bb separately. They are supposedly great cranks but I've never actually ridden them.
Other options abound but those are the two most common high-end possibilities.
Last edited by prooftheory; 12-03-13 at 09:08 AM.