I currently have 21 inch wheels with the Michelin Pilot tires on my P85. The Pilots need replacing soon, so I thought about switching to 19 inch wheels for severe reasons. First, the low profile tires for the 21 inch wheels are easily damaged by potholes. Second, the 21 inch tires are summer only (not the best for wet driving conditions). Third, the Pilots reduce the driving range by 20-30 miles according to Tesla in comparison to the Michelin Primacy they offer for the 19 inch wheels. I only get a maximum range of about 210 miles driving conservatively and without heat or AC, which has caused anxiety issues at times. I like the look of the 21 inch turbine wheels and the dry handling of the Pilot tires. I would like to keep these features (look and dry handling ability) while getting a 19 inch tire that has good wet weather handling, longer life than the Pilots, increased driving range (reduced energy consumption) and increased resistance to pothole damage. I am not concerned with driving in the snow (don't drive the car then). As a result, I ordered the 19 inch turbine wheels from TSportline, which should ship in a week or two. These wheels look very, very similar to Tesla's 21 inch turbine wheel. Thus, I have the look feature I want. I now need to select a tire for the wheels. I am considering the following tires: 1. Michelin Pilot Sport 3 (low rolling resistance max. performance summer tire); 2. Michelin Pilot Sport A/S 3 (ultra high performance all season tire); 3. Michelin Primacy (low rolling resistance grand touring tire) (OEM tire offered by Tesla); 4. Hankook Ventus S1 noble 2 (ultra high performance all season tire); 5. Pirelli Cinturato P7 All Season Plus (low rolling resistance grand touring all season tire). I do spirited driving when able to, but do not feel I push the car to the limit, especially when corning. However, I believe in having the best possible tires on a car. Can people please give me their opinions on the above tires, keeping in mind I am most concerned with dry weather handling, wet weather handling, energy consumption of the vehicle with each of the above tires, quietness of the tire, and life span of the above tires, with the dry weather handling being the most important requirement and tire life being the least important requirement. Thanks for all your opinions.