The most popular seems to be the Bogen 3021 (Manfrotto 055) either in the standard or Pro variations. Depending on your height, if you are not too tall or don't mind bending a little you might want to also look into the Bogen 3001 (Manfroto 190); lighter and still providing sturdy support for gear as yours.
The Bogen 3047 pan/tilt head is a reasonable choice. A pan/tilt type of head is not quite as convenient as a ball head, but most inexpensive ballheads are not very stable and not worth owning. You can get a lot of years of use out of this setup without a lot of investment in case you do want to upgrade down the road some day.
I got the 3021 legs and the 3047 head today. Man, this tripod weights a ton! I must say that it's a very fine quality and I can instantly know it's great stuff by just picking it up.
Now, can I get another recommendation for a mini-tripod so that I can fit it in my mini-trekker? My main use for this one will be for museum, US Coast Guard harbor patrol and general hiking. Is a monopod useful?
I bought Triopo GT3228X8C and had to return it. Not usable with my 300 f/4 - strong vibrations due to poor design of central column assembly. It took seconds to stabilise the image in the liveview after even very brief touching the tripod. Also the tubing material is clearly weaker than on Gitzo series 2 or my Feisol 3442 I bought after it.
With $200 you need to look for aluminium tripod. You won't get a decent carbon for that money. I would save a bit more to get carbon Feisol, Benro or Induro.