Tires are OEM on my 10' GMC Acadia which I use to traverse roads from South Dakota to Michigan. Generally speaking they offer a stable, comfortable, quiet ride on dry roads. On snow and slush they offer little in the way of grip and steering. I find it disconcerting as well that I can make them squeal on dry roads - but I attribute that to the level of wear on them at this point. Also had the opportunity to replace one tire around 20,000 miles after an encounter with a pot-hole broke one of the steel belts in the tire. I definitely plan to replace them with something else this fall, prior to the snow flying.