I recently tested the following winter tires:
The fact we were testing snows at this time of year seemed odd at first considering it was sunny and warm. I know that people often do drive their snow tires when it is dry and warm as well as when it is dry and cold so I began to see the value in the test.
I liked the Blizzak tires the best. The LM-60, a performance snow tire, provided the best handling as I expected. The WS-60 also provided very stable road handling for a snow and ice tire. Both were quiet with good ride comfort.
I would put the Continental in the middle and the Dunlop in last with respect to ride comfort and road handling. The Dunlop was better than the previous model but I still felt as though the tires were made of JELL-O.
One thing to note is that snow tires are only recommended to be used in the winter. They will wear much quicker in warmer temperatures.
I look forward to testing them on ice soon!