One example from a small business owner that is very happy with the performance he received from his Michelin LTX M/S. He runs a hardscape company down in the Carolina's so he is always pulling heavy loads of paver bricks or a skid steer-er or some times both. The tire of choice for his business has been the Michelin LTX M/S for a few years now with great success on his 4X4 3/4 ton truck. These tires see about the worst of conditions, its hot down in the Carolina's the roads are fairly curvy and the terrain is up and down as they are close to the mountains. Just imagine loading your 3/4 pick up truck down to the limits and then going to work and driving all over the place as any contractor would with a work truck to get the job done and of course making each stop fast as possible. He just took of the most recent set to once again find even tread wear with them just touching the wear bar indicators. He says all four tires where with in 2/32nds of tread. All of that was even after only rotating the tires once. Although I would recommend rotating more frequently usually about every 3,000 - 5,000 miles. Typically these tires are a few dollars more than the average tire; however you do receive a premium tire for the price you pay. Even after newer model tires have come out within the Highway All-Season category and with over 66 million miles reported from 1,794 submissions the Michelin LTX M/S still ranks within the top 10 in category.