Seems like my Genesis isn't the easiest on tires, with the rears wearing faster than the fronts. The rears are at about 5/32" and the fronts are about 7.5/32", the tires are Hankook Ventus V12 Evo2 with 8,300 miles/6 months on them. With being so hard on tires, I'm not so sure I want to spend a whole lot if they're just going to wear out so fast. It has staggered tires, so rotations are only possible from left to right, but the current set are also directional. What I'm wondering is, is the importance of having matching pairs of tires on a car. Does it really matter? Inclement weather here isn't much of an issue. I'm thinking of putting a lower cost tire on the rear, something like the Milestar MS932 XP+ (seems to have pretty good ratings) and a nice set on the front to keep it quiet, something like Pirelli Cinturato P7. They would be replaced in pairs, not at the same time as they are wearing quite differently. The Milestars are around $120 each, compared to even my current Hankook's at $206 each (put on by dealer before I bought it in December).