The first thing people should know is that these tires have a very soft side wall and anything over 60 profile makes handling difficult. Heavy cars have trouble and I noticed that these tires weren't the best choice for my Subaru WRX as when the turbo kicked in driving at 60 km/h in a storm I would always lose control. Put this on a regular sized car and drive appropriately for the conditions and these tires are actually pretty good for the price. DRIVING APPROPRIATELY IS KEY
Only got these last fall,so I can't really rate them for mileage. They are definitley louder than my previous set (Goodyear Eagles).They also don't corner as well as the Eagles. They seem fairly sure-footed as far as traction goes on bare dry pavement and in the rain. Only a fool would drive in snow with "All-Season" tires. There is no such thing. Get some snow tires(4), and wisen up. The only fault I find so far with these is that they're real stone magnets. Just spent the last hour or so digging small pebbles out of treads. Perhaps thats how the get their all season rating, the little stones act like studs on a snow tire (LOL). Will keep an eye on wear this summer and report back in the fall. These weren't cheap, so I hope they last.
Good luck with yours!