2003 EB 4x4 Pretty much a commuter at this point with the occasional family trip when we don't want to put random miles on the wifes navigator or we know kids will get it/themselves dirty, seldom loaded, and virtually never tow. I'm looking for something where ride quality/road noise is great to excellent with decent mileage rating due to me driving about 14k a year just for work now. I drive an 70/30 hwy/city commute of about 26mi each way. Roads around here have been essentially rebuilt so great shape, no crazy dips, rusting, etc and no gravel to deal with. I know Michelin checks all of the boxes, not necessarily wanting an 80k tire as im unsure I'd get that out of the vehicle and not sure they're worth the premium investment. Coming up on 228k though it runs great and no current issues but you never know. I currently have General Grabber HTS60 which came on it with about 75-80% tread, I've put 23k on them since (42k since install) and they've done pretty well and nearly perfectly worn, im down to 6/32 and just starting to notice slightly reduced performance in the cold and wet weather. They'd probably make it through winter just fine for my basic needs save for a big snow but having fresh rubber for winter wouldn't be a bad thing. I also have a co worker who desperately needs tires and could take these as they'd be considerably better than what they have on their vehicle now. I'm probably a bit of an outlier here using this as a daily w nothing in or attached to it. I've never ran LT tires on my own vehicles, though everyone seems to say they completely change the feel of the vehicle and have great life/durability. My in laws run Big-O house brand LT all terrains and they're awful..handling, noise, and tread life. Its my only experience driving one if these w an LT tire. What have you guys been running who have similar use cases and what do you think of them?