I thought I'd put in my $0.02 on tires... Goodyear Integrity, P185/65R15 (Stock), 10000 miles (5/32" left) Speedometer Accuracy: -0.5% (40 mph indicated = 39 GPS, 80 mph indicated = 79 GPS) Impression: Horrible handling tires - simple corners and cloverleaf ramps made these squeal and understeer without provocation. Ride was "ok". They wore unevenly on the shoulders of the tread. Wet traction and braking unacceptable. Bottom line: Run away!!! BF Goodrich Touring T/A Pro, P205/60R15, 62000 miles (4/32" left) Purchased at Costco for ~$80 installed (now they're over $100 installed). Speedometer Accuracy: -0.5% (40 indicated = 39 GPS, 80 indicated = 79 GPS) Impression: These tires improved dry handling - no more squealing from turning. The ride quality was weird -- it was harsh on bumps and bad roads, even at 35/33 PSI tire pressures, yet they felt "floaty" from the soft sidewalls. Wet braking was OK in the beginning, but almost dangerous at the end, and why I threw them out even with meat on left on them. MPG about 1 MPG less than Integrity. Bottom line: Slightly better, but still not recommended. Yokohama AVID Touring-S P195/60R15, 1000 miles so far Purchased at Tirerack.com for $62 shipped + $16 mount/balance at local shop. Speedometer Accuracy: -1.5% (40 indicated = 39 GPS, 80 indicated = 78 GPS) Impression: Much better all-around. Steering is quicker and precise, and no squeal. Ride is spot on, even at 40/38 PSI. Wet braking is *much* better than either of the other tires. MPG has improved about 2 MPG above the BFG after correcting for the circumference difference. Not directional, so I can cross-rotate them. Bottom line: So far so good... Especially for the price. Low rolling resistance was rated higher than average by Consumer Reports.