All tyres have advantages and disadvantages. As it happens, those sport Maxx RTs are good for noise, fuel economy, wet grip, etc, but at the price of wear. If that's not a compromise that suits you, you won't like them.
(Also, on a side note, fronts do wear a lot more heavily than rears. My preference is just to accept that the fronts need changing more often, and to replace two tyres at a time, but people do swap them around, to equalise wear. That seems to imply that you will change four tyres at once, and that can be more painful.)
You might want to say which Contis you had on your Mk III and in what size, and what you didn't like about them. There are appreciable differences between Eco Contacts, Premium Contacts and Sport Contacts, and even between SC3s and SC5s. In any case, SC5s are good tyres, which are probably not what you want (probably the best braking performance of any available road tyre, and decent fuel economy, but at the price of some noise, and, if you use the grip, they can wear pretty quickly).
If you want to go for something that wears better, there will be compromises that have to be made, most likely in wet grip and in grip, more generally, and there may even be losses in fuel economy (reduced FE is very commonly a compromise in the cheaper options...so, on more of a system wide basis, are these tyres really cheaper???).
If you want longer life, and don't mind paying in purchase price for it (and aren't prepared to go for cardboard-like, no wet grip, really cheap options), then something like a Michelin Primacy 3 might be good (but, not cheap).
There would be some mid-range tyres that you should consider: Barum Bravuris 3 (err, quite like an SC5, but cheaper, which might put you off; there is an HM and a non-HM version, and I'm a bit unclear on the exact differences), Vrederstein Ultrac Cento, Kumho KU39 come to mind.
There are also some 'eco' tyres; Pirelli Cinturato Blue, Dunlop Blu Response - these will give good fuel economy, but I am less sure about the wear lifetime, but, if total cost is your focus, these are probably good, and don't have the poor wet grip of some earlier fuel economy tyres.
Sorry, meant to add:
Goodyears - probably not F1 assy 2, with your set of priorities, but Efficient Grips ought to be good, but on the expensive side, and not really top in anything in particular, and, while the wear life is probably rather better than the Dunlops, there probably are better wearing tyres out there.
And, in general, the extra load/97 rated tyres are much easier to recommend than 94 rated on a vehicle as heavy (fully loaded) as the Mondy; which is a slight shame, as, eg, Toyo CF2s seem only to be available in the lower rated size, and they are otherwise quite good.
If you can describe something about your priorities in detail, maybe something else will come to mind.