I've ridden the Bontrager SE5 front / SE4 combo since I got surprise impressed with the combo when it came on a new Remedy.  Prior to that I was running all Maxxis and hadn't found anything close in years for predictability and longevity.  These tires last, don't puncture easily, roll well, and perform really well on east coast rooty rocky trails even in the wet.  At around $70 and sometimes less during sales on Trek's site, its any easy choice.  On an Enduro/Trail bike that gets pushed hard, it's a great setup and honestly your aren't giving anything but the bling yellow logo in my opinion.

Not surprised the DH versions talked about in this article similarly stand up to the Maxxis test.