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Michelin's are hands down the best riding tire you can purchase. They also produce the least amount of road noise in my OP. The only bad thing about some of the is the wear, they are a softer tire, the reason for the better ride, but in turn normally wear a little faster.
We just bought a set of Brigestone Duller Alenza's for my wife's highlander over the Michelin's. Only reason being the Bridgestone had a 65k warranty and we $35/tire cheaper. If not for the 65k warranty, I would have bought the Michelin's.
Also, find the best price on whatever tire you want on-line, then head to your local Discount Tire with that price and don't budge. You can normally get them to do the install for the same price you can purchase the tires for online if you play your cards right.