Yes, I agree to the slightly lower pressures. I find if I run 35 or more, that traction goes to hell....at any speed. I do run them that high when I go on a long highway run but around town I set them at 30-32.
25 to 30 is better but it is always a compromise between, rolling resistance, traction and tire life with a street tire.
Our front wheel drive cars really unload the front ends on accelleration so that'* why it'* better to run with lower tire pressures in order to maximize tread contact with the traction surface.