Here are my favorite Dubstep DJ's, in no particular order:
Chase and Status
Its good to see that Electronic/Techno is more mainstream now a days. When I was growing up, it was still pretty far underground and most people didnt get it. Being labled as "weird" or a "drugie" was pretty normal for anyone that listened to it in High School. Now I hear from my 16 year old brother that everyone in his school listen to it. It was also really hard to find music to buy back then unless you kept up with the underground rave/party scene that was going on. Now, you can find just about everything on iTunes or Amazon MP3. Crazy how times change.