Last week I had new tires put on the Model 3 RWD (18") at 35,568 miles and 14 months of ownership. All 4 tires were nearly at 2/32" across the tread, so the wear was very even. I wanted to try a different tire other than the OEM Michelin Primacy MXM4. After much research and soul searching on what was important to me for tires and the "feel/experience" of the car, I landed on the Michelin Pilot Sport A/S 3 Plus tires. Over the last week, I have put about 600 miles on them and here are my thoughts: 1. Handling/Comfort - The tires are really grippy. The handling the car is very snug and feels really good and is MUCH better than the OEMs. They are also very smooth, the ride is fantastic, and handles bumps and gaps in the road really well. I like the overall comfort of these tires more than the OEMs. 2. Noise - I have no noticeable noise increase at all. I really almost think it is quieter. In reality, it may just be the same. But it definitely is not any louder. 3. Appearance - They seem a bit wider and provide a little more rim lip coverage than the OEMs. I hope that may give a tiny bit of extra protection from rim rash. The tread contact to the road is definitely wider than OEM. I believe OEM has a 7.7" width while these are 8.1". Overall, its a nice looking sporty tire. 4. Efficiency - as expected, this is the only real negative. There is absolutely a hit here. I am seeing on average about 25-30 wh/mil increase. This is not terrible, and really may only be an issue on a road trip, but this car still has a ton of miles and don't expect that to impact any driving anxiety at all. 5. Cost - these are cheaper than the OEMs, but I think any "EV" tire is going to be more at this point and the fact that they are usually only targeted toward the EV community which is still small at this point. So this was a positive as well. 6. Wishes - I hope they last longer than the OEMs. I put a lot of miles on my car with my daily commute, but I really don't want to have to buy tires every year. I want them to last at least 50,000 miles, but that may be a dream too, as these have a 45,000-mile warranty. So, in reality, I hope to at least get that much life out of them.