I ordered a set of 16" steelies + 205/60R16 General AltiMax Arctics from DTD during their BF sale. They should make my AWD MKZ quite capable in the winter. I ordered on a Sat night. This was the 3rd set I've bought from them in the last 4 years. On Monday evening, I get a call on my cell phone from DTD. They stated the wheels weren't in stock, and asked if I wanted to wait (estimated 12/6 in-stock date), or upgrade to alloy. I decided to wait. Also, they stated they were out of the 205/60 tires. With winter tires, once they're gone, they're gone -- no more this season. They offered to replace with different tire, or different size. The size I really wanted was 215/60 anyway, but they were $53 more. They gave them to me at the same price. I was happy. The set shipped 12/6 as originally promised. They arrived 2 days later. On to the pics. (sorry for the lousy quality): OE weight: Winter combo weight: 1 on. 1 OE: (my jack stands won't fit under my car, so I used 2 jacks -- 1 corner at a time) Lovely: OE wheels all cleaned/sealed; to store in finished basement: I didn't buy TPMS sensors. With the OE set in the basement, the "TPMS FAULT" clears every time I restart the car in the garage. It takes a good 20 mi of driving before the light comes back on. Sometimes I drive several short trips throughout the day, and the light won't come on at all. I find it odd that such a "mandated system" is so easily confused. You'd think it would be an "instant fault" w/o ANY sensors? My Focus was the same way last year. Do you think some hubcaps would look better, or worse?