All of your criteria are met, I'd think, with a pair of Pivetta 5's or 8's. The "durable/reliable" caveat will eliminate those boots with lots of extemporaneous stitching, i.e. most "patchwork" fabric-and-gore-tex boots. Now, since you also wish for the boot to be waterproof and breathable, I'd again recommend against a gore-tex liner...
Gore-tex hates your body oils. Most gore-tex boot liners are not removable, which makes effective cleaning difficult at best. The oils will, eventually, render the goretex ineffective at either waterproofing or breathing. Also, like many report, your feet may end up soaked from sweat due to the not-so-breathable nature of even a brand new gore-tex liner.
So, I recommend the Pivetta's because they are crafted from a single seamless piece of waterproof leather for the upper, thus needing no gore-tex liner. They are lined in leather. Also, they are perhaps the lightest boots available for the given feature set. I have a pair of 8's that I could certainly sprint in, and have ran in for about a mile or so with no issues. And of course, the fit and quality of construction is on par with (better than?) the priciest upper-echelon offerings from the likes of Esatto and Limmer.
So then, keep a cobbler in business and hunt for a pair of Pivetta's in your size on ebay or wherever. At any given time, ebay usually has at least a pair of two up for auction. I searched at least bi-weekly, for half a year, before I found a lightly-used pair in my size; knowing what I do now, I wish I would have started looking years ago...
If, on the other hand, you find you don't value reliability as much as light weight, I've worn a pair of New Balance 1500GT boots for a few hundred miles now, and I find them to be a great "light and fast" boot. They come in multiple widths too.