Indeed. A bird in the hand though. This time of year it takes time to bring them in, but knowing the tyres reasonably well, I know what they are going to do in so many different situations and that is worth a lot. It's not all about ultimate, it's about enjoying the car moving around and knowing what is going on under the wheels.mr wilks wrote: ↑Mon Jan 06, 2020 9:06 pmI know you have had multiple sets so clearly happy with them but id wager you will get a pleasant surprise when you do eventually try something else , the MPSS were considered a class act many years but are pretty old now by tyre standards if you were to try the PS4S i think you would be stunned quite how poor the MPSS are & there are mid range brands that will easily match the MPSS now for half the money
Maybe the next set.