Not sure this really counts but my FLU did get me to work the other morning. That's a job right? 3500 vertical in 7 miles. Curvy rd with snow and ice. Took about 15 minutes. Averaged around 30 mph. Granted the heavy stuff (FL4 and M35C) stayed home, but the Michelin XLs actually did quite well both with cornering and braking. I was a bit nervous with the ice and snow, but there was very little sliding. A wee bit of understeer in a few corners. I was primarily concerned about a quick 180 given the short wheelbase, but with implements gone most of the weight is up front and the rear end just follows along. I even tried to do some donuts with no success. I'm sure things would change with scoopy things attached.