First of all, I don't have a lot of experience with other wheels / tires, so I give my rating based on what kind of performance I would EXPECT from an All Season tire (and how comfortable I am driving in various conditions).
The Latitude Tour HPs I have are OEM tires for my 2014 Honda Crosstour @ 225/60R18, they are very cushy, great for long distance trips (super comfortable), much quieter compared to my 245/45R20 Continental DWS, but these tires are not designed for any sort of sporty feel (at least at my size).
They are the perfect All Year tire for the casual driver:
1) Dry: They are LRR so they have pretty good MPG
2) Wet: I drove through a full on rain storm last summer at very high speeds, and you couldn't tell the difference.
3) Braking: I can go from 60mph to 10 mph within 2 white lines on the highway during dry conditions... for a 4,200 lb car, that's pretty impressive.
4) Snow: While I know Latitude Tour HP isn't the best All Season tire for snow, and it certainly isn't a winter tire, it definitely exceeds my expectations. I drove through a snow storm via Route 17 in VT AKA: the Appalachian Gap (Search for 2014 Crosstour Winter Driving on YouTube), and while I certainly pushed my V6 4WD and the Traction Control system... I was very happy with the performance of the tires...
If you only have a FWD and not 4WD/AWD, I'd recommend a winter tire set if you drive through snow or mountains often... but if you're like me the 4WD / Latitude Tour combo works well enough in most winter conditions (The only condition I haven't tested on is solid ice).
I know many other reviews talk about road noise after a year or two, so I don't know how that will work out for me...
But so far, I love these tires.