I'll be in the market for tires reasonably soon and wanted to get some suggestions. I've got a set of Wally World goodyear vivas on there now and don't plan on getting another set. Living in oregon the roads are wet 8 months out of the year. Snow is a rarity but when it does happen(like this last winter) it doesn't matter too much because the whole city practically shuts down so there really isn't anywhere to go because everything is closed! The vivas are god awful in the rain and the ride quality isn't too good even on dry pavement. I've looked at BF Goodrich and a couple others on tire rack. Stock size is 205/75/15 but I've been thinking about maybe getting slightly larger tires probably up to a 225/75, any larger would probably rub at full lock. Bfg? Michelin? Others? Living in oregon les schwab is everywhere, and while they have good service they don't really sell 'good' tires, most are off brand or ones I've never heard of.