So as some of you may have seen in other threads lately, I have been doing a LOT of pondering on what to do with my tire/budget situation... I had 235/60/15s on the front, and 255/60/15s on the rear in the ever-popular Firestone Indy 500s. But as some of you know, those have been discontinued... So I was trying to go to the 2010-13 Camaro base model 18" black wheels with custom adaptors made, but it ended up exceeding my budget by a bit... I did not want to go back to original type 225/75/15 whitewalls, and they are not making many tires in the 255/60s anymore and none at all that I feel are resonably priced... So this weekend I ended up talking myself into going 235/60/15 all the way around(Primewell PS 860s - $80.00/ea.). This way I will be able to rotate them and get a bit more mileage out of this set. They will also be a little lighter, and being 26" tall they will raise my effective gear ratio from 2.56:1 with stock size rubber to 2.78:1(according to the tire size/gear ratio calculators) which will help a tiny bit in acceleration(and I'll take every little bit I can get)... I am not entirely happy with the appearance, especially going down from the 255s, but I will get used to it I suppose. My car is pretty low, so I can get away with them ok without it looking stupid - like the car has casters instead of wheels. But it's close. LOL... I'll tell you what though, overall I am pleased with the choice. I recalibrated my speedo with my Hypertech, and have driven the car about 100 miles or so. The car is DEFINITELY a little quicker... doesn't fall flat on it's face anymore when it goes into 2nd, which is nice... and I even heard a little baby "chirp" a few times yesterday when I stood on it during the 1-2 shift. Hoping for a 14.6 next time out at the track... not bad for almost bone stock with 2.56s and full furniture...