Greetings: I was looking for a set of inexpensive tires to get us through a rough financial patch and had been watching the cheap Walmart-only (or so it seems) "Goodyear Wrangler Radial" tires. Normally they are $70 but when I saw today that they were $60 I decided to give them a try. So far I am very impressed with this $60 tire: http://www.goodyeartires.com/goodyeartireselector/display_tire.jsp?prodline=Wrangler%20Radial%28P%29&mrktarea=Light%20Truck They are an obsolete older version of the Wrangler but are in current production just for Walmart. I remember these as I had a 14" set on my old Ranger back in 2000. The tread pattern and sidewall design was exactly the same. That set performed very well overall and lasted a long time. Unfortunately they are only available now in the P235-75-R15 size which limits applications especially with many SUVs and trucks going to 16" sizes now. They seem to be very quiet, the handling is good and the tread will be plenty deep and aggressive for snow. They are even made in the U.S.A.! The only bad thing is they are listed as having a 300 treadwear rating. Walmart lists them as a 50K tire but we shall see... If they last like the set I had on my Ranger back in 2000 then I expect 30K to be no problem. If you need an inexpensive tire in this size they are definitely worth a look IMHO. Andrew S.