Real Life Simulation- This test is actually five tests in one and is an attempt
to simulate actual wear conditions for an AR coated lens. Haze and luminous
transmittance are measured throughout the test program and represent two (or eight if
all the repeats are counted) of the five tests that are completed. AR Cloth Rub, Tumble
Test and Cycle Humidity Oven/Crosshatch Adhesion (CHOCA) are the other three tests
and are executed in the order given.
According to their information, they say that they have determined that a score on the Real Life Simulation of 3.25 or better means the "potential is very small for a return of the product by the customer."
It seems this is the best overall test, and I've been able to find some scores for popular lens treatments. Most of the results are in promotional materials, though, so you have to take the results with a bit of a grain of salt. They of course submit their best prepared lenses for testing and will only publish positive results. However, it does give an indication of how the best sample of their product will perform.
One of the highest scoring lenses is the Zeiss Carat Advantage <link removed 11/11/12 as it is no longer active>. It scores 4.21 on the Real Life Simulation according to Zeiss's promotional materials.
Crizal published their data in some promotional materials <link removed 12/30/11 as it is no longer active>. Crizal Avance with Scotchgard has the highest score I found so far with a 4.75. The Crizal Alize is excellent with a score of 4.59. Elsewhere I've seen the basic Crizal coating scored 3.67.
Additional lenses I've seen scores for include iCoats Stainless anti-reflective lens coating. They report a Colts Real Life Simulation score of 3.90. From what I read, iCoat had made the lens coatings for Costco and very well may still do that.
Seiko Surpass ECP <link removed 12/30/11 because no longer active> anti-reflective lens coating scored 4.60 on a polycarbonate lens.
Seiko 1.74 AR with SuperClean scored 4.57. This seems to be a very high score for a high-index lens material.
Unfortunately, there is no information I could find so far about Lenscrafters lenses COLTS ratings.