I know there are lots of winter tire discussions, and discussions of tire wear, reverse camber, and after market rims, but I'm specifically thinking about summer tires on my stock 19"s. I'm in CT, and having the winter from hell, but my snows and the Model S's traction control have kept me moving. My all seasons were toast when I swapped to the snows before Thanksgiving, and now that I think of it I should probably consider a low rolling resistance summer tire. My hope is I can put on them around tax day, so probably time to start figuring out what I'm going to go with. I'd love recommendations. A little context on me and tires (note, I'm just not a car guy, and always need help on things like this). My Nokian snows were also pretty close to toast when I put them on in November, and over Christmas I had a sidewall lose a fight with an insane pothole on Route 30 in VT on Christmas Eve. I wound up taking what the tire shop in VT could get me on that day; the Nexxen Windgaurd. It was cheap and expedient and I've had nothing but trouble. Two tires had manufacturing issues and had to be replaced under warranty. My wH/M have been much higher than the last two winters. I went to the service center in Milford and the basic message was it was a soft tire and this is likely part of the cause, not to mention how much colder it has been than 2012/2013 or 2013/2014. So, in an attempt to learn from that mistake of getting what was cheap and available, I'm looking for guidance from the inexhaustible resource that is the TMC forum. I tried to find a summer tire specific thread, but it didn't seem to fit what I found, so here goes. Thanks in advance for the advice and spirited debate.