Great winter tires, BUT ... I'm on my second set, for a different car and I am no longer happy. They are great in snow and ice, but not great at all in dry and wet weather. Winter has been scarce in the Toronto, Canada area. I've had other winter tires before from Michelin, Hankook and Bridgestone and they've never freaked me out like this. These tires slip, rear end feeling loose and mushy at only 33 F (0 C). When they build winter tires, I assume they do think that snow and ice melts on the highway, making them wet, and a tire has to be responsive in those conditions as well. Also, the above temps are not unheard of in winter. These tires are NOT made for that. They're probably only made for Below Zero constantly and always snow or ice on the road which is not the case in most of North America. I'm assuming the new R3 is the same since the thread looks similar. Interestingly enough the R2 SUV, by comparison, which I also use, doesn't feel the same. Probably the all-drive system compensates. They do feel a bit mushy at over 140 km/h, but then it's not an H and above rated speed and I can understand, but never bad in rain or dry, like the car R2. And, btw, the category is wrong on these as they are not "Truck" tires, but car tires instead. Needless to say, I will never buy the R2s or R3 until I see conclusive evidence of good in dry and wet as well. Also, read more reviews online, many people reflect this review.