If you are unhappy with your current medication/s you need to speak with your doctor. Having glucose levels in the "200 + - range" is very unhealthy. Better handling of your diabetic diet, exercise regimen, and body weight will help lower your levels. The more it remains >200 mg/dl the higher the chance your βeta cells are being killed off making one more dependent on insulin.
Actos belongs in class of diabetes medications called thiazolidinediones. In this class are Avandia and a combination drug Avandamet [Avandia and Metformin]. Rezulin is in this class but not much known about it. Good luck
There are new drugs out on the market that may help you. Some of them even help you lose weight. They are GLP-1 drugs. There is a new one called Bydureon that is a once a week shot. I am going to ask my doctor about it on my next visit.