I know it wasn't an initial contender but if you want traction over life the best of the best would be the R888R's, followed by the pilot cup 2's. That said, these are 100% geared towards traction so your wear would be about 30% less than the stock dunlops in my experience anyways!
All depends what you are doing, your budget and your requirements.
OP had priority of Street driving with some launching, 10K mile tread life, good grip for FOB power mods. It would be difficult for any tire of treadwear less than 300 to get this many miles with street use.
In general the following may apply-
Look at classes of tires to get an idea of what to expect- there are variations within any tire class with good examples and models that are not as good.
Racetrack and Autocross tires
Toyo R888R Treadwear 100 285/35-20 $428 each
Streetable Competition and track tires-
Michelin Pilot Sport Cup 2 Treadwear 180 285/35-20 $381 each
Extreme Summer tires
Dunlop SP Sport Maxx GT 600 DSST CTT Runflats Treadwear 200/Treadwear 160 285/35-20 $568 each/$475-500 each
Michelin Pilot Sport Cup 2 Connect (240) Treadwear 240 285/35-20 $494 each (New track oriented street tire)
Bridgestone RE71R Treadwear 200 285/35-20 $342 each
Yokohama Advan A052 Treadwear 200 285/35-20 $384 each
Max Summer tires
Michelin Pilot Sport 4S Treadwear 300 285/35-20 $358 each
So from top to bottom each class has soft grippy rubber which doesn't last at the top to less soft but longer lasting rubber at the bottom and many shades in between to varying amounts and for different prices. You can't compare grip levels between classes that well because they are not meant to do the same job in all respects. Dunlop runflats come in multiple variants with the Treadwear 200 being more basic and the Nismo treadwear 160 being a bit better with higher cost and less tread depth when new. Max Summer tires do not offer the same grip levels as Extreme Summer tires so there is really no comparison.
However Max Summer tires like the Pilot Sport 4S are excellent street tires and will last better and are easy to live with for street use and daily driving. Rubber that is softer with tread designs that are built for grip and track driving are typically firm riding, noisy and may not do well in wet.
Within Max Summer tire class the Pilot Sport 4S is a good choice for tire sizes that are friendly to the wheel sizes of the GTR.