Yea, The AS3+ suck in snow (I used them as my "Summer" tires on my BMW). Thanks for the input (and sorry to derail your thread @LightningLu)@thefrog1394 I'll give you my 2 cents on DC weather over the last 13ish years living/driving around the area. Since I've lived here, half of the years there has been little to no noticeable snow at all. Once there was a major ice storm that shut everything down (the listed tires would have been great). I was on summer tires at the point and it was a complete no-go. There was also a period where there was a ton of snow and left things pretty shut down. Unless you live off of the beaten path, you're pretty much set on even all-seasons year-round, as the major roads are generally well treated and plowed. One benefit of the listed tires however is the snow plows really tear up the roads here in the winter, so having more rubber on the wheel can help you. I was driving in bethesda on effectively the same wheel setup as the 19" sport after some snow plow, and the roads were so bad I was convinced I had bent all of the rims.
I also had a Hyundai Genesis RWD on Pilot Sport AS3+ that struggled with loose snow uphill on unplowed roads, but similar all-seasons on AWD had no issues at all.
These come mounted on the rims with the aero covers, and the Conti TPM. Tread depths are 10, 10, 9, 8, and the pictures of the tread depth measurement is below. No road rash.