We have VERY limited choices when it comes to All Season tires, and for me, this was a MUST HAVE for Ohio weather. I have gone the route of dedicated snow tires before but that was for the birds. I do not carve corners with the car, and if I ended up at the drag strip, I would just throw on a set of spare rear wheels with slicks or drag radials. I really do not do that much anymore, and just want to enjoy the car on the street with how I drive. So, choices for All Season tires are really limited due to the odd 19" wheel size and we have choices of Continental, Bridgestone, and Michelin. Sizes are all jacked up as well since the front is not offered anywhere as a 265 wide tire... which is DESPERATELY needs. The rear can increase in width, which it also needs. So, after all my choices... three to be exact... I went with the Bridgestone RE 970AS Pole position tires. They are high performance all season tires that have performed very well so far. The ride is good, no vibrations/pulling, no noise and they feel as confident as the Michelin's ever did. To me, I have not sacrificed anything by going with this tire. Sizes were 255/35 - 19 (front), and 295/30 - 19 (rear). Attached are pictures... and... the car will now need to be lowered at some point. Not something I really wanted to do though.