I've tried the regular Yaktrax and they broke on my second hike. The Yaktrax Pro lasted about five hikes. Both provided good traction but were not durable enough for my use. Several of the spikes fell out on my first hike with Get-A-Grips. Same thing happened with a cheap version I found at Target. The regular Stabilicers I have are durable and provide good traction but at 24.6 oz. a pair(size M) are not exactly light. They are also kind of a pain to put on and take off as trail conditions change. I was really hoping that Stabilicer Sports would be the answer. They come on and off easily, have good traction, are fairly durable and at 12 oz. a pair(size M) are fairly light on your feet. Their achiles heel is that they tend to slip off your feet in off-camber hiking. Screw shoes, which another poster mentioned, are probably the best solution I've come up with. Their downside is that I usually loose a screw or two on every hike. The screws are easily replaceable, of course, but it's not exactly Leave-No-Trace.
Currently, for hikes where I don't expect to need snowshoes, I use screw shoes or boots. When I expect mixed trail conditions I bring Stabilicer Sports along with my snowshoes.