Hello, in this year, I'm going to replace the tires on my 97 Tahoe. Currently I'm running 245/75-16 Cooper Discoverer AT3s which I bought new almost 4 years (and 25-30 thousand miles) ago. They still seem good, but I wish they were a bit better in rain and snow, and I think a more road-going tire would suit my needs better. Even if it's a 4WD truck, it very rarely leaves pavement. I would like to have all-season tires, even if I'm very aware that dedicated snow tires are supposed to be much better in winter. There were a few occasions (even when the tires were new) when I couldn't move the truck in cca 1 foot of fresh snow, on level surface in 2HI (but after putting it in 4HI, it drove as if there was no snow)... What concerns me more is occasional fishtailing on wet pavement (if it's very slick) in corners - nothing major has ever happened, I know how to drive a RWD truck, what to look for and I also know how to get out of the slide; nevertheless, I would like a tire that can handle (cold) wet surfaces a little better. The climate where I live is relatively demanding: hot summers (especially in Mediterranean Istria where we spend summer vacations), cold winters (snow fall 2-3x in winter) with temperatures often below freezing, particularly at night/in the morning. In all seasons (particularly spring and fall) it rains often and a lot; late fall/winter roads are often wet in the morning even in periods with no precipitation (fog). So, wet road performance is probably the most critical when chooisnng tires. I would also like tires to be as quiet and comfortable as possible. Fuel economy and tread wear is pretty much irrelevant for me (it's a gas guzzler anyway, and I drive 5-6000 miles a year). What caught my eye are General Grabber HTS60 tires - are they good, anyone have experience with them? When replacing the tires, I'll probably go up to 265/75 R16. I'm also considering the option of getting 17" steel wheels; in this case, I would go with either 285/65 R17 or 265/70 R17. Any opinions/suggestions?