Oh that'* "purdy" I like the looks of those but I don't think they're the best choice where I live, because I get a lot of ice and way too many sudden climate changes and that would be a pain in the rear for me.
I just got cheap "no brand" tires and they're holding up surprisely well. It understeers a bit but better than my old Goodyears LS. The goodyears was too "fleshy" and rolled over on itself during hard cornering.
Now remember to rotate them after driving hard for a while
oh and don't make the wife puke
I need to rotate mine
, been a while and my shoulders on my fronts are wearing fast.