Now, you did not say anything about hollowpoints reducing the chances of overpenetration and ricochets. I thought I would mention this because this is the primary reason why I use hollowpoints; delivered muzzle energy is a distant second. If this is not a concern for you I understand entirely. Just treat this as an FYI. It is not my intent to incite debate where it's not wanted.
As far as brands go, I think it's more of a question of what NOT to shoot rather than pinpoint a brand quality manufacture.
-Wolf (occasional bunk primer and steel casing's generally not good for firearm)
-Federal "Classic" (I had a VERY bad batch of 2k, your mileage may vary)
-unknown reloads (for obvious reasons)
The nice thing about going with 45ACP FMJ is that you've essentially opened up your options to a large host of target loads. I've been very satisfied with the following:
-WWB (of course)
-Sellier and Bellot
-Speer Lawman Target
I have no doubts this list can be expanded by fellow forum members.
[Edit]: Although I have seen them, I have yet to personally encounter a FMJ flatnose for 45 ACP. I'm not sure what the reason is behind this shape of bullet for 45ACP (or at all for that matter), but I would think this slightly increases FTFs.