Gets you pointed in the right direction. I always reference with them as far as UTQG rating, thread pattern, and reviews. I have never bought from them though, I probably should for using their resources.
I told my dealer to remove the stock Bridgestone and put on some Pilot Super Sport~
I wish I had done the same. When I wear out the Bridgestones, I'm going for the Michelin Pilot Super Sports. I'm currently running them on my Mustang (they were not OEM on the car), and they're terrific. Only disadvantage is price--I paid $305/tire at Tirerack for four 255-40-19 tires. If you don't have the coin, a good alternative is the Continental Extreme Contact DW, which is much less expensive.
You might also consider running the same size wheels/tires X 4, if you're upgrading rubber. Two advantages: you can rotate your tires and you'll have less understeer.
2014 IS 350 F Sport, Nebula/Rioja, RWD, BSM, Nav
2013 Mustang GT Premium, Deep Impact Blue, 6MT
3.73 gears, Boss 302S wheels,
255-40-19 Michelin Pilot Super Sports,
Bama 91 Octane Race Tune
Has anyone used Continental ExtremeContact DWS before? I heard a lot good things about it, especially winter performance. But there are also complaints about its sidewall being soft. I just wonder if anyone here can comment on that.