My '15 Legacy came with the lower-end 17" alloy wheels with around half tread remaining on the stock tires. I planned to find a good deal on the higher end 18" alloys or something equivalent for cheap on one of the Subie forums, but was unsuccessful. The winter tire sales on Tirerack were expiring, so I chose to purchase 17" steelies with new Blizzaks for this upcoming winter. I just purchased a set of STI 18" BBS wheels (forged, light wheels) with nearly-new Conti DWS tires and TPMS sensors for $1250 - a very good deal! I'm trying to figure out which of the following options makes the most sense and was looking for some help: 1. Sell the OEM 17" alloys with stock tires and TPMS 1.a. Keep the winter package as-is: steelies, Blizzak, no TPMS sensors 1.b. This would be the easiest route to take, and the OEM 17" should be easy to sell with TPMS and as a complete package. 2 Have my local tire shop swap the Blizzaks onto the 17" alloys and the stock all-season tires onto the steelies 2.a. Sell the steelies with stock tires, without any TPMS sensors 2.b. I'd have to pay the shop to swap and balance all 8 tires (price TBD) 2.c. Would be harder to sell, I think 2.d. Would result in the preferred condition, with alloy wheels, which are easier to clean snow out from, and TPMS, which I would have to have someone clone to make them work 3. Swap the tires, but sell the steelies with stock all-season tires and the TPMS sensors 3.a. I've never had winter tires with TPMS, so it wouldn't bother me to have the TPMS warning light in the dash for the winters - not idea, though 3.b Might be easier to sell than without TPMS sensors included. Thanks, guys.