lol, my grandfather and my dad are huge fans of Insulator wax. My dad said my grandpas been using it forever. I still have about 4 bottles of that in the garage. Havent used it in awhile, but I'll bet it looks nice topped over ZainoZanio store or Collonite Insulator wax. I have tried them all, these are the best two!
If you are going for locally available products, then Duragloss #105 total performance polish or Synwax by Mothers. If you are ordering online, I would say Klasse AIO followed by #21 Meguiars synthetic sealant. #21 is one of my favorite products. I have used almost every wax under the sun, Zaino, klasse, collinite, etc. All of them have strong points, you just have to try them to see what you like better. As an above user posted, dont belive everything you hear (ppl think zaino is cure-all for some reason).
I can tell you this, when you go to choose a wax/sealant, a sealant will give you more durabilty while still retaining the wet-deep look everyone is after. A good carnauba will still protect, just not as good as the average sythetic. People say carnauba has a deeper shine, I dunno about that, I have always found todays sealants to give alot of nubas a run for their money. Whatever you choose, follow up with Duragloss Aquawax for some extra protection and slickness. And as always, waxing paint that has not been properly prepped wont help in the slightest. You probaly need to clay (to remove bonded contaminates) and polish the paint (polishing is actually what creates the wet-look shine, and removes swirls/spots) for it to look it's best.
Let us know what you end up choosing, and post some pics.