Great to hear!
I'm currently running Mickey Thompson ET Drag 26x10x15 slicks at the track but i've run quite a few different DOT ''track'' tires.
For a stickier than stock tire that will last thru driving but not get the best ET's go with a Nitto Drag Radial
BFG Drag Radials work great on street/strip too, same with the M/T Drag Radial and the Hoosier Drag Radial. All 3 of those will get great ET's and not wear too fast with street driving.
The ET Streets and Hoosier QuickTime Pro are DOT racing tires with soft sidewalls and barely a legal tread at all. These are really just slicks that somehow got a DOT rating - not for street use.
Best of both worlds is an extra pair of rear rims that you can mount your racing tires on - this is how I do it now. Take a jack and some tools to the track and swap tires.