Take a look at this brochure from Quantum Racing - It sort of gives you a 1,000 foot level overview of the choices (and $$$) you are about to make.
I have a Quantum (Dacron) 150 furling
Gennie. 3-4 years in it is a still a great looking sail although I must admit it has bagged a bit. A friend recently bought a 140 gennie from someone else. I must say for what he paid he did not get near the quality I got. Three foam pads, "reefing" marks, shape (roach) stripes, luff and foot tensioners, excellent UV wrap etc. I just felt they paid attention to details. Initial cut was done in Oz, finally assembly in Asia
and final "trim" at the local loft. Seems strange to distribute the manufacturing but it works.
My main is "due." I will probably go with Quantum again. I plan to loose the foot (current bolt rope), increase the roach and go full batten. I have seen my boat with square head sails
and it's too ugly for me but I do want a bit more sail area.
You probably will end up deciding not to go "full race" - Your usage is a lot of cruising so you'll want reefs
and other stuff and you'll want it to hold shape for as long as possible and have resistance to fiber breakage and damage.
OTOH - How big is your wallet? - the sky is the limit here...