I've had so many comments it's unreal. All positive, except for one guy that asked if it affected mpg. So tonight on my way back from my mom's place from playing BINGO which is usualy a 7.2 l/100 kms I tried it under similar condition as usual and as you can see it was the same. I live on a hill that's why it goes higher towards the end. These Michelin at 35 PSI ride better than the ContisPro at 32 PSI. I really am proud of my choice even though the tire guy said it would probably wonder. It doesn't. Didn't a snapshot on my way down because I had 3 stops to do delivering repaired clusters, HVAC units and FOBs which is what I do as a hobby in my spare time being retired. That and BitCoin mining installations and repairs. I have a guy with 10000 minors and it's a lot of work. Keeping busy.