Thanks for the link. That was helpful.
I also found a tire comparison test of the those models I looking at on the Tire rack site.http://www.tirerack.com/tires/tests/...y.jsp?ttid=166
Although it was not the exact same size tire, the brands/models where the same. The Michelin comes out on top for comfort (by a small margin), the Bridgestone is highest for wear and wet road handling (again by a small margin). Basically, either tire would be acceptable/perfect for me - and Bridgestone is about $40 per tire cheaper (around $209ea compared to Michelins at $250ea).