OK, I had goodyear integrity as OEM in my corolla. They were awful with marginal traction and lasted only 25000 miles. So far, most reviews on Tirerack confirm that. Especially, Prius drivers had the worst horror stories about integrities. But wait, if you search by a car brand or car model you will learn that OEM goodyear integrity on Honda Pilot is the best tire ever. Typical examples: "I was surprised to see that I could not enter over 100,000 miles. I have traveled 120,000 on the factory installed Integrities and still have plenty of tread. Its mostly highway but pretty incredible. Tires are rotated every 10,000." "These tires are one of the best set of tires I have ever owned. Plan to replace this week with the same brand. We take long trips to the cabin in Northern Wisconsin, and not to worry with sudden snow storms or ice/snow covered roads. I fell I received my money worth at 71,000 miles, and a new set of the same will be purchased this week." "Have driven the Honda Pilot over 70,000 miles with the original tires." How is it possible? Are we talking about same tire but different size or different tire altogether but same name?