Well the biggest problem with the RE92's is tread depth (rated treadwear 160, I think). I rounded the edge right over on them very quickly, which absolutely ruins the wet/snow handling. And while they were decent in the the rain when newish, my memory of then is dominated by a bunch of really scary incidents in the rain at what should not have been dangerous speeds. Their best quality was the highway ride; the car tracked straight and true with no tramlining. And while dry grip was good while on the sticky outer layers of the RE92s, they did not give a nice audible warning when the grip was giving out.so what is your overall impression of the RE92? Being a junior all season version of the RE050, id presume it works fantastic in the wet/snow.
and the G009? whats the story with that one?
I like the G009. It's not a performance tire, but it is very good in the rain (better than the RE92, I'd say) and decent in the snow, esp. considering that it is an all weather tire. It does tramline a bit on the highway and is noisier than the RE92. But the most important thing for me is how it feels at the limit, and I like that there is a nice progressive loss of grip with plenty of feedback at the wheel and audible to let me know what's going on. They don't get greasy as quickly as some Michelin semi-performance all seasons I had on a previous car (the RE92's didn't get greasy much either).
(Nice avatar btw 8))