The Wilsons sound like a good choice. I hear good stuff about them. Mizuno JPX 825's are pretty sweet. I myself purchased PING G25's about 2 months ago. Love 'em! But if you're trying to buy a full set, irons, driver, woods, putter etc. that may be out of your ball park. Check online for good deals. I picked up PING hybrids, G15 and G20's for about 1/3 the cost of new. They were store demos, but in nearly perfect condition. No worse than if I had played a half dozen rounds or so with them. You might find some great deals online for some clubs that are a year or two removed from being the lastest models. Nothing wrong with them at all... They were the best of the best back when they were new, so who cares! You'll get more for your money that way.
I used www.3balls.com and found some great deals on my PING hybrids, driver, fairway wood. You can buy some great stuff and save a lot of money doing that. These guys are legit, sell authentic factory clubs, no counterfits, and they are really customer oriented. I was really happy with everything I purchased through them.
But do yourself a favor before purchasing anything. Go for a fitting. Don't spend your hard earned cash on clubs unless they are fit for your swing, and size. It made a huge difference for my game. Even if you don't purchase clubs from them after the fitting, at least you know exactly what you should be looking for.
Have fun shopping, do your research, swing a variety of club brands if you can. Ranges often have demos you can try out, if they also sell clubs. Take your time, it's a big purchase, and you want to be happy with your decision. I bought my PING G25 irons brand new from a local dealer. I went to two fittings... One at a range, and I felt like the guy rushed through, and just got me on my way. I didn't buy from him. I then went to another place, a retail golf shop. The fitter was cool, took his time, talked with me about my game, my experience level. He didn't treat me like a noobie. He really helped me. He has a customer for life. I buy most of my stuff there now.
Then I happened to catch PING reps and their trailer at the driving range. I hit a few balls and the PING rep built a couple clubs for me. Different shafts, head lie angles etc. and it confirmed what I already knew from the retail fitting. It made me very confident to go ahead and make the purchase, because what PING said was good for me, was exactly what the retail shop came up with. So, find a good place to be fit, even get a second or third opinion, then spend that cash! You won't regret it.
Go for a set that is a year or two old if you can find some that fit you. They will be excellent, and you will stretch your dollars much farther, for better gear overall.
Good luck and have fun!