Sounds like my driving is not unlike your's. DD, spirited back-roads on occasion, and I get on it fairly hard, daily, on one on-ramp which just begs for it. I'd venture to say Brian's advice is good advice (well, no surprise there really).
I got the Tokico HTS from Brian about a year ago on my '07 daily driver. I'm more than happy with them. I run them towards the stiff side (I've got Eibach Sportline springs/sways) and the ride is very comfortable, controllable (no surprises, yet!), and responsive. Installing the shocks, springs, sways made a huge difference over the stock parts (I didn't have the Blisteins originally, but haven't heard much good about them anyway).
It very well might be that I'm just used to the ride now, but with around ~10k miles on the suspension I think I've recently noticed it's softened up a tiny bit. Again, most likely it's my being used to the setup, and not the equipment itself.
The install, if you DIY, wasn't hard, but does take some time. Definitely get the optional adjustment cables for the rear shocks and mount the cables prior to installing the shock/tower -- I've read others experiences with trying to install the cables after the shocks were mounted: not fun.