Pros: Nice ride, great wet braking.
Cons: price which isn't too bad and definitely worth it.
I bought these for my 89 Nissan 240SX which is rear wheel drive. Upgraded from Goodrich Touring T/A's. Size 205/60-15. Before I switched, I was slidin in the rain without pushing the car hard. Easing on the acceleration at many stoplights, the rear would spin out and shift. I only drive in the rain and snow because I have a motorcycle so I decided to get something that Consumer Reports rated high (in this case, #1).
The night I bought them, it was raining heavily. I tested the tires in some of my usual trouble spots and they did great. They cut right through those huge puddles that cover the entire road and direct the water to the side of the car instead of up and onto the windshield. At one point I slammed on the brakes at 35mph and the car didn't skid at all, just stopped very abruptly as I planned.
I didn't have as much problems on dry road before but today it was dry outside and I noticed an improve in one spot. Before, I would spin out as I turned (slight right turn) onto Route 50. This would require me to have a HUGE gap to fit in while merging. Today, the tires didn't spin at all. Great traction.
I have not tested in the snow yet. It will be a few months before we have our first snowfall.