Hi, I just bought a new commuter car and have decided to get a seprate set of steel wheels and winter type tires. The car is a Toyota Corolla CE and the size of the tire is 185/65/15. I'm going to stay with this size. My commute is 60 miles down the interstate with 1.5 miles of city streets on either end one way. So I'm putting approx 2500 miles a month. The tires would be on the road from November till March... The roads are plowed and salted fairly well.. If I drove durning "normal" hours. I'm on the road 2am and the plows are not too often. So, I'm looking at either a Non-studded winter tire with enhanced rubber compound (like a Blizzak(sp)) that have the speical compound for 50% of the tread then its a regular tire or a snow tire with 100% softer tread but wears longer with more aggresive tread. I've narrowed my choices to; Blizzaks WS-50 for $74 each Dunlop Graspic DS-2 for $57 each Winterforce M&S for $49 each I don't want to run studs as a lot of the winter I'd be on dry pavement and don't like the studs on dry pavement feeling. I know any of the tires above will work better than the normal All Season radials on the car right now. But I want a safer tire for the late night drives I do coming home and the 4:30am drive to work my wife makes. So, What do you guys think? Thanks for the help in advance! Bill PS: First 2 tanks over 39mpg!