I'm beginning to scout tires for our CR-V. 225/65R17. I'm considering the General AltiMAX RT43, the Dunlop Signature II, the Cooper CS3/4/5, the Goodyear Assurance ComforTred Touring, and possibly some others as well. I've seen a number of reviews on most of these, but the Dunlop Signature II seems to be an outlier. What I have read is positive...I just haven't read a lot. And a quick search of eBay reveals that all of the siping stays intact as the tire wears, which is good in my opinion. Sam's has these for $99.02 each (though they're out of stock at the moment). Four installed would be $456.08 plus tax. DTD has these for $107.00 each through their website, or $392 total on eBay including their $100 off coupon code. So they'd be about the same as Sam's with installation. Tire Rack has them for $101.00 each, and shipping adds another $63.28, so they're $467 just to my door, not even installed. My usual brand, Michelin, doesn't have anything that interests me in this size. They've discontinued the tire I have now (the Latitude Tour in 225/65R17 102T). My only choices are the Latitude Tour HP (OEM for Toyota; no thanks) or the Defender (it'll rot out before I ever put 90,000 miles on it). The Dunlops look interesting. Right at the heart of what I consider reasonable for tread life (UTQG treadwear rating of 620), only 25 pounds in this size, made in the United States, and very reasonably priced.