The commuter transit van I ride in is on those michelins. The tread pattern is a little funny (and basic) but they ride quiet and smooth. Driver is aggressive and doesn't hydroplane. Snow is ok judging by parking lots, haven't ridden in a full on highway speed event yet.
Just got them installed this morning and the improvement in ride is more than just what you'd expect from new tires vs. old. I feel confident in saying it drives/rides better than with any other set of tires it's had. The jury is out on the quietness because the stretch of US highway between DT and home is concrete that has horizontal grooves in it, so any tire will be noisy there. But I'm heading out to the National Museum of the United States Air Force in Dayton tomorrow. It'll get a good 2 hour ride on I70 each way and I'll be able to judge the noise level then. I'll also have 11 to 13 passengers in the van with me, so it'll have a heavy load, as well. So we'll have a good idea of highway manners near what is about the max load we ever have in it. I will say the Hankook's were good on the highway and tracked well, so they were a decent baseline for comparison.
I'll post some pics up in a bit. They are much more aggressive looking in person than in pictures. The side bars for curb protection add to that aggressive look and they should do the job. This van gets rear tires rubbed on the curbs all the time, especially in our small town where you can't always make wide turns. Also, the spaces in the open shoulder are as wide as an all terrain tread. I can't wait to get a deep snow and try them out. They can only be better than the Hankooks, which are no better than racing slicks in the snow.