After 3 tire shop balances(on a Hunter) and 1 at the Audi dealer (Hunter, out of my pocket) these Falken 512s shook the crap out of my car at speeds as low as 35. It started in the floorboard, moved up to the console and finally at 90 shook my steering wheel. Major waste of money and time. The shop treated me like an idiot, they had to move the weights back and forth and would not re-emburse my costs at the dealer, even though the Dealer had to re-do the rears (again). I used my 30 day test drive option, never have I returned a tire and I go through MANY of them. I am out $45 at the dealer, $20 the tire shop kept (for their crap-balance) plus TOLLS (yes, another $5) AND 5 days out of my life for their defective tires. Do you think Falken will repay the money I lost tracking down their bad tire? Probally no. On a lighter note, the G-009s went right into snow service, working really well with better handling and feel than the Falkens and the other cheap-o tire I use, Dunlop A2s. Vibration is gone. My Conti Extremes are the best I used, but these Potenza 205/60-16s were only $85 installed. The Bridgstone Dealer gave me a pretty big $ break, a good place for service and their tires are ALWAYS high quality. Much better in snow than the other Potenza I used, the RE950. The madness is over, thank God.