The Shink 705's are a good choice when most of your riding is on pavement plus some dirt and gravel. They aren't a high mileage tire for me (5000 miles on a rear is probably average), but their cost makes them a really good option. I actually preferred them to my Mitas E07's in gravel. They don't do well in mud, but you'd be hard pressed to find a "mostly street" ADV tire that did.
Best tire I've had so far has been the Mitas E07 for general all around use, but sadly, they're gone or almost gone at this point. Reports of the E07+ seem to lean towards a substantial decrease in longevity. I may try a Motoz Tractionator GPS next time, if I can find one.
Or go back to the Shinkos. It's awesome when you can replace a set of tires for like $180.00.
"No matter where you go, there you are."