I didn't think (or didn't know, I should say) that there was such a hand.
If I have to play overpair vs. made pair pre-flop, I'd hope for something like this:
That way, I get the added benefit of having three cards to a straight if my opponent hits a set, and I also have a 50% chance of that third queen being a spade to help me along.
That way, I'm ahead if two pairs fall on the table. That might be enough to tip the scales, I guess.
Edit: I checked on cardplayer.com. In the latter case AK is favorite. Is it because of the two pairs, or is my reasoning off?
Edit2: Hey, A♠[Ts] is even better!