What kind of driving do you do? I live in Florida, do not off road so my driving conditions are paved roads that are dry or wet but never icy/snowed upon. Therefore I picked a nice summer street tire, General Grabber UHPs. Very good dry traction, little wear after 20,000 miles and excellent wet traction. Cheap too, I believe $92 shipped. They are rated M+S but no one on tirerack.com had driven them in the snow, I doubt they are any good in it. I had Goodyear Wrangler SR-As as standard and would not recommend them. I hear lots of good things about Destination A/T for all terrain tires, great tires at a reasonable price (check tire rack's ratings, I found them to be helpful).