I, too, love the Clean & Clear blotting tissues!
I've also had really good luck with Murad. I prefer not to use benzoyl peroxide, and Murad products contain salicylic acid, Retinol, and glycolic acid (which further necessitate the use of a good sunscreen, BTW).
I tried the Murad Acne Complex Starter Kit (Clarifying Cleanser, Exfoliating Acne Treatment Gel, Acne Spot Treatment, and Skin Perfecting Lotion) from Sephora for $35.
I'm not good at following a regimented skincare routine (especially at night, 'cause, well, I'm lazy), but even using these products on a less-than-regular basis has made a huge difference in my skin (I keep pledging to myself that I'll be more consistent...*sigh*).
On a good day, I'll use the cleanser, exfoliating gel, and lotion at night. I use the cleanser, gel, and Murad's Oil-Free Sunblock SPF 30 (great stuff - as with all of the other products, a little goes a long way) in the morning.
The spot treatment is also good, but I've found that the other products normalize my skin and are generally enough to keep blemishes under control on their own. And when I get the monthly pimple that comes along when Aunt Flo visits, the spot treatment seems to speed up the healing process.
I liked the results so much that I bought the Acne Complex Kit, which contains bigger sizes of the products found in the starter kit ($60 at Sephora).