most tires these days are junk... you have to pay if you want premium tire benefitsThanks Oildudeny.
According to Tirerack:
The Sumitomo has rather long braking distances in the wet. Looking for 110ft or less from 50 mph(Tirerack test).
The Hankook looks like it will spin easily. I'm not a tire engineer, so I deserve the criticism for that comment.
The Laufenn is an unknown to me. Like the Hankook, looks like it will spin easily.
I have some experience with tires(Michelin, Dunlop, Pirelli)that are densely siped. Wet traction seems to suffer, but I thought I'd chance it on the Nokian considering the reviews.